Happy Hour

To cheer everyone up I’ve snapped a few more pictures of stuff that’s been making me smile about the town.

You might remember that a previous incarnation of the print shop on the corner of West Princes Street and St. Georges Road turned out to be a front for a massive money forging operation. Well the empty shop and machinery were bought up by a new firm by the name of Print193.com and I quite like the cheeky advert on the side of their building:

I hope the gang that were running the place have a sense of humour too…

Just along from the print shop we’ve got some truly death defying pieces of graffiti :

It looks impressive until you remember that there was scaffolding on that building for months.

Last and by no means least, we have the CYCLEPATH TO OBLIVION:

Good job that Heras Fencing is there, or I could have come round the corner and been enjoying lunch with Hitler and Pol Pot.

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