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Re: High School bathroom graffiti: intellectualized

Postby AKAnotu » Tue Sep 30, 2008 1:34 am UTC

Somebody at our school glued a chewing tobacco label to the stall wall. Apparently, licking the bathroom wall may cause mouth cancer.
I tried to take a picture but my phone doesn't have a high enough resolution to read the words.
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Re: High School bathroom graffiti: intellectualized

Postby Madame Sourire » Tue Sep 30, 2008 7:31 pm UTC

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Re: High School bathroom graffiti: intellectualized

Postby Madame Sourire » Tue Sep 30, 2008 7:33 pm UTC

Sadly, my school is mean and racist.

There are spider diagrams on the walls, with a girl's name in the middle and then branches to words such as 'fat', 'slut', 'jew' and 'paki'.

It's horrible. That's a thousand times worse than crude phrases or swear words.
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Re: High School bathroom graffiti: intellectualized

Postby Alpha Omicron » Tue Sep 30, 2008 10:26 pm UTC

Madame Sourire wrote:Sadly, my school is mean and racist.

There are spider diagrams on the walls, with a girl's name in the middle and then branches to words such as 'fat', 'slut', 'jew' and 'paki'.

It's horrible. That's a thousand times worse than crude phrases or swear words.

Combat them by making your own (with the names of others), but with positive qualities, like 'polite', 'creative', &c.
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Re: High School bathroom graffiti: intellectualized

Postby Synthuir » Wed Oct 01, 2008 2:28 pm UTC

Possibly:
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What Johnny thought was H20-
Was H2SO4"
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Re: High School bathroom graffiti: intellectualized

Postby captainninjatron » Wed Oct 01, 2008 11:32 pm UTC

I'm quite disappointed in my school. The cleverest thing I've seen is, under one of the countless "Fuck you"s, some else wrote, "Don't threaten me with a good time."
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Re: High School bathroom graffiti: intellectualized

Postby King of Frogs » Fri Oct 03, 2008 3:31 pm UTC

On one of my uni cubicle walls is written:

"IRA: Fuck the British Army!"

To which someone has replied:

"I didn't think they swung that way" Which I found mildly amusing.

Also, today I wrote on the same wall:

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Re: High School bathroom graffiti: intellectualized

Postby Random832 » Fri Oct 03, 2008 4:44 pm UTC

Klapaucius wrote:I've been writing "CTHULHU '08" everywhere, especially on annoying fast-food ads.
The problem is that one or two other kids have decided to do it as well, and are now tagging as many things as possible.


You should introduce another candidate. Maybe General Zod.

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Re: High School bathroom graffiti: intellectualized

Postby jackjackjackkk » Tue Nov 04, 2008 9:10 pm UTC

That just reminds me of that Robot Chicken skit... 'One before Zod, two before Zod' xD

I quite like that Oscar Wilde quote. It seems ever-present in the CyberNations forum. Might add that to the literature of my school toilet, but then again, I rarely go there.
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Re: High School bathroom graffiti: intellectualized

Postby Angelic Hellraiser » Wed Nov 05, 2008 11:16 pm UTC

Ok, that tears it. I'm buying one of those fine point sharpees at Walmart this weekend.

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Re: High School bathroom graffiti: intellectualized

Postby Mr. Beck » Thu Nov 06, 2008 12:51 am UTC

Angelic Hellraiser wrote:As per my habit since fifth grade, i haven't used the bathrooms at any school in years.

That sounds...possibly painful? Sure, I can understand avoiding their use whenever possible. But not once in years is a little extreme.
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Re: High School bathroom graffiti: intellectualized

Postby Angelic Hellraiser » Thu Nov 06, 2008 8:24 pm UTC

Mr. Beck wrote:
Angelic Hellraiser wrote:As per my habit since fifth grade, i haven't used the bathrooms at any school in years.

That sounds...possibly painful? Sure, I can understand avoiding their use whenever possible. But not once in years is a little extreme.

It's not that bad, really. I mean, yeah, it is a little extreme, but I used to live five minutes away from my school (not that I do anymore) and I prefer the privacy of my own bathroom.
Warning: Off topic and slightly TMI ahead.
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Although, I actually did use the urinals today.
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Re: High School bathroom graffiti: intellectualized

Postby mrbaggins » Thu Nov 06, 2008 10:43 pm UTC

I only ever went twice at the high school I attended, both cases of "Crap my pants or use the toilet"

go in the morning, go when you get home... not that bad.
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Re: High School bathroom graffiti: intellectualized

Postby wst » Thu Nov 06, 2008 11:30 pm UTC

The urinals are just about bearable. But going for a #2 has potential for death. I might go solely to read/write intelligent stuff though.
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Re: High School bathroom graffiti: intellectualized

Postby Mr. Beck » Fri Nov 07, 2008 1:09 am UTC

That is (relatively) rational. I haven't sat down in a school bathroom since about 2002.
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Re: High School bathroom graffiti: intellectualized

Postby phantom » Fri Nov 07, 2008 10:18 am UTC

College forced me to quickly get over my fear of public restrooms.
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Re: High School bathroom graffiti: intellectualized

Postby Synthuir » Sat Nov 08, 2008 3:26 am UTC

Gross/TMI below:
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I remember taking the ACT in Grade 7 at my now-HS... I came out... waited for my ride... had to urinate... went to the 600 building restrooms... Bad idea. It looked like something out of a horror movie even though it was broad daylight, it was shaded from outside light, flourecent bulbs were hanging from the ceilings, doors were on their hinges, crap was literally SMEARED ON THE WALLS of the first stall I tried. Needless to say, I never go in there, despite renovations.


I think that constructive graffiti could help, actually. I thought the chalkboard-in-stall idea was weird, but it would be cool enough to work out your Chem. homework while *using the facilities*.
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Re: High School bathroom graffiti: intellectualized

Postby kinigget » Sat Nov 08, 2008 11:19 am UTC

I just remembered this. In one of my school's stalls, someone had taped up some kind of health flyer, only, it didn't get the point across because almost every single point it made had been rebutted in writing on said flyer. Sadly, it didn't last much more than a week.
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Re: High School bathroom graffiti: intellectualized

Postby AnotherErraticIntrovert » Sat Nov 08, 2008 10:47 pm UTC

hm... A remarkably close transcription of this comic.
The women's bathrooms at my high school are inexplicably graffiti-less. The students there are no one's definition of respectable, so I'm not sure why that is. I suspect, however, that the men's room walls are much more interesting. I'd like to find out, but I'm terrified of being caught in there and doubt that I'd find anything particularly insightful.
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Re: High School bathroom graffiti: intellectualized

Postby Angelic Hellraiser » Sun Nov 09, 2008 2:02 am UTC

On my desk in the half period of study I have before lunch, I wrote: "Writers are (almost) all right" in pencil. Two days later, it was surprisingly still there, but nobody had commented on it, and it was fading...
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Re: High School bathroom graffiti: intellectualized

Postby jackjackjackkk » Sun Nov 09, 2008 9:42 pm UTC

I think my most recent scratchings have been song lyrics, the quote in my sig and changing 'if u read this ur gay/fanny' to 'if you read this you're AWESOME'.
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Re: High School bathroom graffiti: intellectualized

Postby Synthuir » Mon Nov 10, 2008 2:35 am UTC

I thought that there was no graffiti in any of the bathroom stall (which is surprising, because based on my calculations there are 85 public-access stalls school-wide [there are no urinals in the men's room]), until I saw some barely-legible words scribbled on the back of a stall door in super-faded pencil.
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Re: High School bathroom graffiti: intellectualized

Postby Flesh_Of_The_Fallen_Angel » Mon Nov 10, 2008 10:58 pm UTC

Sheo wrote:
aleflamedyud wrote:My hobby: scrawling "The cake is a lie." on the walls of bathroom stalls.



This, I once got a response in the form of "But the cube is forever..." followed by a rough drawing of the weighted companion cube.
I'm also fond of leaving bits of my signature usually with the third bit of "The sheer promise of bondage and whips will not be enough to apprehend a thought as it travels from ear to misinformed ear." (which won't fit in the sig :( ). Nietzsche's Void speech is also fun to leave around.


"the cake is a lie" is on two desks and most of my art. I need to get it everywhere before school ends!!! :twisted:
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Re: High School bathroom graffiti: intellectualized

Postby Alpha Omicron » Tue Nov 11, 2008 1:47 pm UTC

Flesh_Of_The_Fallen_Angel wrote:"the cake is a lie" is on two desks and most of my art. I need to get it everywhere before school ends!!! :twisted:

The meme is a lie.
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Re: High School bathroom graffiti: intellectualized

Postby Monika » Tue Nov 11, 2008 2:23 pm UTC

It is. After all, there is cake in the end, isn't there?
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Re: High School bathroom graffiti: intellectualized

Postby felltir » Tue Nov 11, 2008 2:25 pm UTC

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Re: High School bathroom graffiti: intellectualized

Postby Dantez » Tue Nov 11, 2008 6:05 pm UTC

Well, because I can write some kind of poems, I have to choose between writing some my poem (which will probably be poor), or using the grafitty. Apparently in my language, there are only 3 guys which are able to speak fluently in english in my school. :( Which would you prefer to do?
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If you don't understand me because of my bad english, I can do these two things:
Write my own poem(which will be bad)
or use the 229 grafitti.
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Re: High School bathroom graffiti: intellectualized

Postby Rinsaikeru » Tue Nov 11, 2008 7:12 pm UTC

I say bad poetry! :D But then, I sort of have a soft spot in my heart for horrible poetry. :P
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Re: High School bathroom graffiti: intellectualized

Postby Jebobek » Tue Nov 11, 2008 7:29 pm UTC

In my highschool, one of the art-inclined kids drew a very detailed picture of a goose in the stall, and below it, in exceptionally fancy handwriting:

"Mother Goose Looks Down upon us as we Deposit our Waste"

It was WEIRD. I couldn't crap in that stall!
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Re: High School bathroom graffiti: intellectualized

Postby aleflamedyud » Tue Nov 11, 2008 8:22 pm UTC

I often have an urge to graffiti a little Dalek with the message "You will be EXTERMINATED!"
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Re: High School bathroom graffiti: intellectualized

Postby Dantez » Tue Nov 11, 2008 8:26 pm UTC

Rinsaikeru wrote:I say bad poetry! :D But then, I sort of have a soft spot in my heart for horrible poetry. :P


Huraaay for bad poetry! Ok, I'll try to create something, then write it and photograph it..aaand then link it here.;)
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Re: High School bathroom graffiti: intellectualized

Postby jackjackjackkk » Tue Nov 11, 2008 9:35 pm UTC

I've scribbled 'If you stare too long into the Abyss, the Abyss stares back.' - Nietschze on a table, with the quote in my sig. Also in science, mostly song lyrics et cetera, and on my wall lyrics, and quotes. Because I'm decorating as soon as I can.
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Re: High School bathroom graffiti: intellectualized

Postby Synthuir » Tue Nov 11, 2008 11:41 pm UTC

I'm tempted to [insert verb form of grafitti here], but I can't bring myself to... I mean, even though I'm defacing property in an intellectually stimulating way, it's still defacing...

Guh, I'm a panzy!
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Re: High School bathroom graffiti: intellectualized

Postby jackjackjackkk » Wed Nov 12, 2008 12:12 am UTC

I'm not too bothered. The tables in my science classes are covered in scratches and writing anyway, and Parker ink comes out easily from smooth surfaces.
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Re: High School bathroom graffiti: intellectualized

Postby Alpha Omicron » Wed Nov 12, 2008 12:45 am UTC

Jebobek wrote:In my highschool, one of the art-inclined kids drew a very detailed picture of a goose in the stall, and below it, in exceptionally fancy handwriting:

"Mother Goose Looks Down upon us as we Deposit our Waste"

It was WEIRD. I couldn't crap in that stall!

A) This should be copypasta'd into the Making the World a Weirder Place Thread.
B) This is exceptionally awesome.
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Re: High School bathroom graffiti: intellectualized

Postby King of Frogs » Fri Nov 14, 2008 10:04 am UTC

In one of the toilets in my uni library recently someone had drawn a circle with a hole in the middle (like a polo) and shaded in the bit in between, labeling the diameter as "2 feet" then instructing whoever was there to find the area of the shaded bit, to which I replied "surely that depends on the area of the bit in the middle?"
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Re: High School bathroom graffiti: intellectualized

Postby The-Rabid-Monkey » Sat Nov 15, 2008 5:00 am UTC

Synthuir wrote:Possibly:
'"Johnny was a chemist's son,
But Johhny is no more.
What Johnny thought was H20-
Was H2SO4"
-Does that make Schrödinger the killer?'


That's like my signature and stuff, I always thought my year 10 science teacher had made that himself. Obviously not.

Best I've seen was "Aim Here (With a target), Not Here (Arrow pointing to wall)" on one of the urinals at school.

EDIT: I just remembered "This toilet is now under protection of the Guardian Angels. DOES ANYONE HAVE A PROBLEM WITH THAT? No? Good!" Stolen from Trigger Happy TV and modded.
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Re: High School bathroom graffiti: intellectualized

Postby Synthuir » Sat Nov 15, 2008 5:31 am UTC

Wow, this sucks. I was going into the restroom facilities to spread the memes, and what I found was appalling.

Spoilered, again, for extreme disgustingness. Sorry.
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I've already stated how extremely disgusting our facilities are, but... wow. Either somebody bled out all over the restroom, or bought extremely real looking fake blood. There was a toilet 'full', with TP and all of that 'blood' inside of it, smeared on the walls... it looked like someone raped another and then killed the victim. Once again, sorry for you having to endure this.


If that's the idea of graffiti... I feel sorry for those people. If it was real (and I somehow missed that memo), then... I still feel sorry for them.

We need to bring up the strength of the Movement for Intellectual Graffiti.
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Re: High School bathroom graffiti: intellectualized

Postby Dantez » Sat Nov 15, 2008 7:57 am UTC

Synthuir wrote:Wow, this sucks. I was going into the restroom facilities to spread the memes, and what I found was appalling.

Spoilered, again, for extreme disgustingness. Sorry.
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I've already stated how extremely disgusting our facilities are, but... wow. Either somebody bled out all over the restroom, or bought extremely real looking fake blood. There was a toilet 'full', with TP and all of that 'blood' inside of it, smeared on the walls... it looked like someone raped another and then killed the victim. Once again, sorry for you having to endure this.


If that's the idea of graffiti... I feel sorry for those people. If it was real (and I somehow missed that memo), then... I still feel sorry for them.

We need to bring up the strength of the Movement for Intellectual Graffiti.


Maybe you have some little girl in red clothes in your school...(F.E.A.R. reference)
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Re: High School bathroom graffiti: intellectualized

Postby mysteri-blue » Thu Dec 18, 2008 10:41 pm UTC

sadly, our bathrooms are pretty lacking on the graffiti front, but our science rooms are hilarious.

there are countless conversations along the lines of "what colour are your panties." i think the best reply was by my friend who wrote "wouldnt you like to know."

also, a girl from another class wrote a greeting to my friend in my class, using names, and then my friend got in trouble. the teacher couldnt understand that she wouldnt write to herself.

i may or may not have written the graffiti from http://xkcd.com/229/ on my table.... ;) i also drew a picture of a screaming monster and got "that is so awesome!" as a reply.
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