I had some short stories, poems and photographs to share ... and so here I am

A Shameless Graffito (N°7)

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34 comments:

chiefbiscuit said...

What a treat to catch up on your latest news. I have been a little remiss of late with my blogging visits - life has (as you mention in one of your posts) a habit of encroaching ... funny that! Your life is certainly a full and interesting one, I'm glad you do find the time to share a little bit of it with us.
The visit with Barbara sounded great.

bleeding espresso said...

Well they certainly aren't the Graffiti Police, are they? ;)

Cailleach said...

Nice one, S!

Absolute Vanilla (& Atyllah) said...

Oh this is priceless!

Shameless said...

CB - Yes, I'm struggling a bit at the mo because our internet connection's been down for two weeks. Aggghhhh. And yes, the visit to see Cailleach was a real treat.

Bleeding Espresso - Funny, because I thought of you when I posted this, and here you are an early commenter. :-)

Cailleach - They say it's illegal to make bad pasta in Italy. You can be hung out to dry?

Shameless said...

Absolute V - Yes, I've had great fun showing this to my Italian workmates!

Billy said...

Capturing grafitti is so cool. I'd love to see an old Italian woman sitting in the back seat, busted for doing pasta shells on a rigatoni day. Sandy has some good work on graffiti if you've never checked it out.

Eric Valentine said...

Love the picture Seamus, just imagine mobile grafitti, now that's saucy.. :)

Doug said...

First time at you site! Really enjoyed your graffito Series!

Cheers!

aims said...

What happened to my comment?

Oh well - I think I said something like this..

I was intrigued when the picture started scrolling down and I saw the Din and the Novat...but I barked out a laugh when I saw the rest...

Now I'm saying - what a shame they pic such lovely buildings to deface...

Shameless said...

Billy - Yep, you can get locked up for bad pasta, apparently! lol Thanks for the tip re Sandy. I'll check it out.

Eric - Cheers! I wonder if the police stir as well! lol

Doug - Hello and welcome. I'm glad you stopped by and found something you like. Please call by again. :-)

Aims - Yes, different graffiti competing with each other! lol

Julie at Virtual Voyage said...

Lol. Like it.... sorry you're still stuck without internet.

witnessing am i said...

You could probably leave some graffiti on the side of their car, they wouldn't notice. They would be too busy looking at how good they look in those uniforms.

Your St Pat's images were wonderful. So much color and life.

Lane said...

Love it:-)

And isn't that building just gorgeous!

Hope your internet connection is behaving itself now:-)

ChristineEldin said...

HAHAHAHAAH!!!
THis is hysterical! I love these photos.
:-)

Cailleach said...

hung out to dry, S? Oh groany, groan, groan... :)

Shameless said...

Julie - Yep, good to have some fun with this. Especially when my internet and tv is still off ... agggghhhhh!!

Witnessing Am I - Yes, Italians say that too. One of my Italian friends say they happily give directions to thieves looking for the easiest escape route. lol

Lane - Yes, I took this photo in Verona, if I remember right. I just love the colours they paint the buildings with. Even the graffiti can look at home. :-)

Christine - Thanks. Luckily they weren't burned when my computer blew up urecently. :-) Everything is saved on USB key now.

Cailleach - I know. Sorry. I am desperate for jokes, so I forget about my lack of a cable connection. :-) It will pass. lol

Minx said...

Naughty.

Shameless said...

Minx - Nothing like a little bit of naughtiness! :-)

Jon M said...

How did you get so close without being spotted?

Shameless said...

Jon - Ahaaaa! That's why I'm shameless! lol. I just pretended that I was snapping the building. :-)

The Quoibler said...

I cracked up at this, then looked around to make sure none of my Italian relatives' ghosts had appeared to "tsk, tsk" me.

Angelique

Shameless said...

Quoibler - Lol. Don't worry, I showed this to a few of my Italian workmates and they laughed too!
:-)

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