Occasionally the Mister not only humors my shenanigans but is actually amused by them. This is one such occasion.
(Taken August 8, 2014.)
Filed under: 11211, The Word On The Street, Urban Artifact, Williamsburg, Williamsburg Brooklyn
Ever had that creeping suspicion you have seen something before? I had such a feeling today when I spied upon this item: a Lite Brite. Or would that be EX-Lite Brite? In any case, when I got home I poked around my archives and, sure enough, I was correct. This item, albeit in a better state of repairs was captured by Chris Polinsky on March 12th. The curious thing is he spotted this missive at Lorimer Street and Driggs Avenue. It has since migrated to the other side of McCarren Park. Ah, the stories this object could tell…
Filed under: 11211, 11249, Stuff That Makes Miss Heather Happy, Williamsburg, Williamsburg Brooklyn
This paint spill reinterpreted as a feathered friend hails from North 8 Street.
Taken May 16, 2013.
Taken April 30, 2013.
Taken April 30, 2013.
Filed under: 11211, The Word On The Street, Williamsburg, Williamsburg Brooklyn, WTF
Those of you who are not “in the know”, happen to be curious and are NOT AT WORK can learn about “Cake Farts” by either Googling the web site with same said moniker (don’t say I didn’t warn you) or by reading the general description to be found here. Better yet spare yourself the trouble (and need for eye and/or mind bleach afterward) and watch the following video instead:
Filed under: 11211, Street Art, The Word On The Street, Williamsburg, Williamsburg Brooklyn
Taken April 16, 2013.
Filed under: 11211, Dung of the Day, Other Shit, The Word On The Street, Williamsburg, Williamsburg Brooklyn
As spotted today on North 8th Street. Note the men’s dress shirt which has been repurposed as toilet paper. Yes sir: north Brooklyn is looking more and more like the East Village/Lower East Side every day!
Filed under: 11211, Stuff That Makes Miss Heather Happy, Williamsburg, Williamsburg Brooklyn
While never one to pass up featuring a good “snow penis” when I see one (something about snow lends itself to such mischief), these were a very nice change of pace. This post goes out to my friend (and fellow cat lady) Heather. She could use a smile today (or four)!