The Words on the Streets

By Gareth E. Rees

Signs, signs, they’re everywhere on our streets, telling jokes and stories.

Here are some favourites, taken on my walks.

1. Sign Warns Cyclists About Itself

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2. Pairings

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3. Let’s Move Here

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4. Polite Notice on The Stade (fishing beach in Hastings)

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5. Warning: Acid Trip

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6. Sales pitch 

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7. On the wall beneath the promenade (Hastings)

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8. Code of Life Revealed, plus Cheap Haircut

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9. Leak

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10. Hidden Entrance

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