Tuesday, January 21, 2014

On the street

I saw this stencil-graffiti outside a nearby dairy today. I don’t know if the person was trying to be ironic by placing it outside a place where Kiwis typically buy high fat, high sugar and high salt snacks. Since Kiwis have been going to their local dairy for snacks (or bread, milk, the newspaper…) for decades, I doubt it’s any sort of warning to Kiwis—who are already becoming fatter.

Some Americans might take offence, which is silly, since it merely depicts a reality; no sense being offended by something that’s true, even if it's uncomfortable.

After all, sometimes, graffiti is just graffiti.

1 comment:

Logan said...

Ha! Love it!