Your dad sells Avon.
Your dad sells Avon.
This sign is outside one of the many University buildings on Oxford Road in Manchester.
Why have I taken a picture of such a random thing? Because 1. that’s what I do and 2. it reminded me of something.
If you’ve watched Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency, then you will recognise “Everything is connected” as a sort of tagline of the show. (If you haven’t watched it, then I highly recommend it–it’s funny and clever and has amazing characters, so basically everything a good TV series should be.)
It also reminded me of another thing, non-fictional.
End of blog post.
Yeah, it’s been a while. Five months since the last RAWPS post–hoo, I didn’t realise it really.
I saw this sign outside the Scribbler shop in Manchester. If you’re not familiar with this retailer, they sell cards, hence the Valentine’s Day thing.
Actually, it’s not that stupid. You should love yourself most of all.
You can also date your own self if you want. Which I’m kinda doing.
It’s been 18 months since the first Random and Weird Phone Shot entry so here’s an updated pic. The trainers are still hanging there. They survived many a stormy weather, they’ll probably still be there after the world ends.
But that is a different story altogether.
Sign at a building site near my workplace.
How many of you have got the song stuck in your head now?
This is how we should resolve conflicts–with music! When rock met rap, or, if you can’t stop a wall being built, do a Steven Tyler and tear a hole in it. That part where he sings through the hole while Run and DMC give him that look is never not funny.
When I made this post, I didn’t expect a sequel.
This was written on one of those electricity boxes things (or what is it that they’re called). It must be from the protest that took place last Sunday.
Be very careful!
And they look so innocent…
Today I want to share with you two phone camera shots I took the other day in Manchester City Centre. Both make a clear statement.
This is on the wall on Oldham Street, Manchester. Oldham Street is part of Northern Quarter, a centre of alternative culture, independent shops and suchlike. (Come to think of it, this blogs needs some pics of that area!)
Brexit and Trump seem to get mentioned together a lot. Imagine one day in the future someone who is a baby now, or not born yet, asking you: “What were they, some comedy duo?”
I wish. The difference is, The Donald won’t be in charge for more than 8 years but Brexit is final.
Window of a Diesel shop on Deansgate says Make Love Not Walls.
This politics thing is getting a bit tiring, isn’t it.
It seems to me I’ve not done one of these for a while (at least not on my usual Thursday), so here it goes:
I hope nobody got hurt.
How about, quest to travel a bit and take some pictures at the same time.
I don’t get to go anywhere much but luckily last Saturday I visited some places in Cumbria, on the Morecambe Bay. This is Grange-over-Sands, which is totally an awesome name for this quiet village!
Bashful Alley street sign in Lancaster.