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Re: High School bathroom graffiti: intellectualized

Postby pirate_pete » Sun May 11, 2008 11:52 pm UTC

Rowadanr wrote:I was once insanely bored in a maths lesson, so in the corner of my desk i scribbled the entirety of "Ozymandias" in futhark to see if anyone reacted

What did you use for /ʃ/?

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Re: High School bathroom graffiti: intellectualized

Postby Roland Lockheart » Wed May 14, 2008 9:31 pm UTC

I plan to bring back "Kilroy Was Here" from the 50's. Anyone willing to help?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kilroy_was_here
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Re: High School bathroom graffiti: intellectualized

Postby Wanderingcowboy » Thu May 15, 2008 10:10 am UTC

YES! I did bring Kilroy back in my high school... none of my friends got it. Anytime we took pictures and we were near a high ledge or something, I'd go with the Kilroy pose. I think only a few teachers got it though... ...and then I found $5.00?
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Re: High School bathroom graffiti: intellectualized

Postby Roland Lockheart » Thu May 15, 2008 12:34 pm UTC

Wanderingcowboy wrote:YES! I did bring Kilroy back in my high school... none of my friends got it. Anytime we took pictures and we were near a high ledge or something, I'd go with the Kilroy pose. I think only a few teachers got it though... ...and then I found $5.00?


Oh, well, at least you found five dollars! (I only found a quarter of five dollars, which actually is kinda inconvenient to carry around)
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Re: High School bathroom graffiti: intellectualized

Postby rustygiraffe » Thu May 15, 2008 2:32 pm UTC

On the note of being intellectual, is it alright to scrawl random lyrics from various Curtis Mayfield songs on the walls of an innocent bathroom?

I should hope so.

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Re: High School bathroom graffiti: intellectualized

Postby The Resident Expert » Thu May 15, 2008 7:56 pm UTC

In the stall of the mens room at the bar near my house someone had written "who are you?"
Feeling clever, I left a reply "no one of consequence."
I was surprised to find a counter: "I must know."
To which I could only leave "get used to disappointment."
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Re: High School bathroom graffiti: intellectualized

Postby alphacenturi » Sat May 17, 2008 4:10 am UTC

The Resident Expert wrote:In the stall of the mens room at the bar near my house someone had written "who are you?"
Feeling clever, I left a reply "no one of consequence."
I was surprised to find a counter: "I must know."
To which I could only leave "get used to disappointment."


thats awsome.

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Re: High School bathroom graffiti: intellectualized

Postby quintopia » Sat May 17, 2008 7:29 am UTC

In high school, my graffito of choice was generally "Omnia in murae scribit sed me." I hear they found something similar on a (excavated volcano-buried) wall in Pompeii.

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Re: High School bathroom graffiti: intellectualized

Postby Dingbats » Sat May 17, 2008 12:13 pm UTC

quintopia wrote:In high school, my graffito of choice was generally "Omnia in murae scribit sed me." I hear they found something similar on a (excavated volcano-buried) wall in Pompeii.

I can't parse that. What's it (supposed to?) mean?

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Re: High School bathroom graffiti: intellectualized

Postby sparks » Sun May 18, 2008 12:01 am UTC

Jadestone wrote:Now I'm guessing you all can guess what I want to do as I'm on this thread, but I want to take a sharpie down there and just copy out a long poem. I was thinking "The Garden of Proserpine" by Algernon Charles Swineburn (I like him), I don't want to do something really well-known (liek "The Raven") but I do want something interesting. I don't know if anyone would ever read it, but someone might, and maybe they'd like it. Any other suggestions?


What about the first sestiad of Hero And Leander? That place seems awesome though ^^ And I think "The Garden Of Proserpine" is very appropriate!

Rowadanr wrote:I was once insanely bored in a maths lesson, so in the corner of my desk i scribbled the entirety of "Ozymandias" in futhark to see if anyone reacted



You really really rock for doing this.



In my high school, I'm generally the one doing the scribbling. From writing quotes by Oscar Wilde on desks to ones about Art in the stalls, I just am a compulsive scribbler so when I do not have paper handy... it happens. Also, I often scribble my "signature" which envolves monocles and Magritte, and hope that someone will ever get it (at least the Magritte part).
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Re: High School bathroom graffiti: intellectualized

Postby SpitValve » Sun May 18, 2008 11:52 am UTC

Dingbats wrote:
quintopia wrote:In high school, my graffito of choice was generally "Omnia in murae scribit sed me." I hear they found something similar on a (excavated volcano-buried) wall in Pompeii.

I can't parse that. What's it (supposed to?) mean?


I think it should be "ego" rather than "me" ? Because "sed" is a conjunction, not a preposition. And "omnes" rather than "omnia" - everybody rather than everything. (Maybe "murae" should be "muras" too?) But it's been a while since I've done Latin, and Latin graffiti doesn't always have correct grammar...

Anyway, that'd make it "Everybody's writing on the wall except for me..."

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Re: High School bathroom graffiti: intellectualized

Postby niteice » Sun May 18, 2008 9:19 pm UTC

SpitValve wrote:and Latin graffiti doesn't always have correct grammar...

ROMANES EUNT DOMUS


Anyway, the closest I've ever gotten to graffiti in school is some comments on my desk in physics that the football player who sits nearby in some other class is studly...I tend to reply in the negative :P
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Re: High School bathroom graffiti: intellectualized

Postby kellsbells » Sun May 18, 2008 9:28 pm UTC

I drew Black Hat Man on my desk in Physics... sadly, it was in pencil, and it vanished within a week. Oh well.

But my school is being remodeled (ie mostly torn down) next year, and since I'm about to graduate, I want to leave something excellent. Any ideas?
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Re: High School bathroom graffiti: intellectualized

Postby Ribbon » Sun May 18, 2008 10:05 pm UTC

Ah, sadly I have never come across any deep bathroom graffiti, although one day I was surprised to find that someone had scribbled "Don't smoke," seeing that our bathrooms constantly reek of smoke. On the other hand, I had the pleasure of being able to have a desk conversation with one of my friends when I realized the doodling on the desk was his, and that he had the class the period after I did.

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Re: High School bathroom graffiti: intellectualized

Postby Roland Lockheart » Sun May 18, 2008 11:18 pm UTC

From quotes by Oscar Wilde on desks to ones about Art in the stalls, I just am a compulsive scribbler so when I do not have paper handy... it happens.


Hearts and mad props to Oscar Wilde :D

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Re: High School bathroom graffiti: intellectualized

Postby Fat Tony » Sun May 18, 2008 11:45 pm UTC

At all the schools I've been to, they just draw dicks, and they don't even draw them well.
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Re: High School bathroom graffiti: intellectualized

Postby Ramses IV » Mon May 19, 2008 1:48 am UTC

Roland Lockheart wrote:I plan to bring back "Kilroy Was Here" from the 50's. Anyone willing to help?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kilroy_was_here


In my local community theater that I participate in a lot, there is this wall filled with little snippets of graffiti. Kilroy was Here is all over it.
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Re: High School bathroom graffiti: intellectualized

Postby Ramses IV » Mon May 19, 2008 1:50 am UTC

kellsbells wrote:I drew Black Hat Man on my desk in Physics... sadly, it was in pencil, and it vanished within a week. Oh well.

But my school is being remodeled (ie mostly torn down) next year, and since I'm about to graduate, I want to leave something excellent. Any ideas?


Talk about human values and what you've learned to be a better person. Not from the school, probably, but from your life so far.

EDIT: I just realized I double posted instead of editing my first post. Oops.
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Re: High School bathroom graffiti: intellectualized

Postby quintopia » Mon May 19, 2008 8:40 am UTC

SpitValve wrote:
Dingbats wrote:
quintopia wrote:In high school, my graffito of choice was generally "Omnia in murae scribit sed me." I hear they found something similar on a (excavated volcano-buried) wall in Pompeii.

I can't parse that. What's it (supposed to?) mean?


I think it should be "ego" rather than "me" ? Because "sed" is a conjunction, not a preposition. And "omnes" rather than "omnia" - everybody rather than everything. (Maybe "murae" should be "muras" too?) But it's been a while since I've done Latin, and Latin graffiti doesn't always have correct grammar...

Anyway, that'd make it "Everybody's writing on the wall except for me..."


It was actually a bad translation from English by me due to my inconsistent grasp of latin grammar. I was simply posting what I wrote in high school exactly as I wrote it, right or wrong. The English translation of the phrase I heard was on the Pompeiian wall was "Everyone writes on walls but me" But I didn't know the correct declension of walls to use, the right word for everyone, or the right way to say "except." Feel free, if there are latin nerds about, to correct it thoroughly.

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Re: High School bathroom graffiti: intellectualized

Postby Dingbats » Mon May 19, 2008 10:04 am UTC

"Everybody writes on walls except me" would be "omnes in muras scribit praeter me", I think, but I'm not sure about whether mura should be in the accusative (muras) or ablative (muris).

EDIT: Am I stupid? SCRIBUNT.
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Re: High School bathroom graffiti: intellectualized

Postby sparks » Mon May 19, 2008 11:01 am UTC

Roland Lockheart wrote:
From quotes by Oscar Wilde on desks to ones about Art in the stalls, I just am a compulsive scribbler so when I do not have paper handy... it happens.


Hearts and mad props to Oscar Wilde :D

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Thank you!! I actually love that quote, it's wonderful. I like how he was so witty and basically most of the things he said still hold true over 100 years later. <3
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Re: High School bathroom graffiti: intellectualized

Postby danb » Mon May 19, 2008 11:54 pm UTC

My favorite graffiti was in a bathroom at my college:

TOY STORY 2 WAS OKAY

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Re: High School bathroom graffiti: intellectualized

Postby Roland Lockheart » Tue May 20, 2008 12:53 am UTC

sparks wrote:
Roland Lockheart wrote:
From quotes by Oscar Wilde on desks to ones about Art in the stalls, I just am a compulsive scribbler so when I do not have paper handy... it happens.


Hearts and mad props to Oscar Wilde :D

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Thank you!! I actually love that quote, it's wonderful. I like how he was so witty and basically most of the things he said still hold true over 100 years later. <3


I totally agree, I was involved in a production of "The Importance of Being Earnest" and since then I've been hooked and read three more of his plays and "The Picture of Dorian Gray"

Wow, now I have to expand my tags from just Kilroy to include Oscar Wilde quotes.
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Re: High School bathroom graffiti: intellectualized

Postby Shoesonforyou » Wed May 21, 2008 8:33 pm UTC

Dingbats wrote:"Everybody writes on walls except me" would be "omnes in muras scribit praeter me", I think, but I'm not sure about whether mura should be in the accusative (muras) or ablative (muris).

EDIT: Am I stupid? SCRIBUNT.



I'd go for ablative, but it's been a while.
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Re: High School bathroom graffiti: intellectualized

Postby Baza210 » Wed May 21, 2008 9:59 pm UTC

Shoesonforyou wrote:
Dingbats wrote:"Everybody writes on walls except me" would be "omnes in muras scribit praeter me", I think, but I'm not sure about whether mura should be in the accusative (muras) or ablative (muris).

EDIT: Am I stupid? SCRIBUNT.



I'd go for ablative, but it's been a while.



Yeah.. local ablative? Accusative usually involves -to, ie into/onto. 'In' isn't necessary either. You can use it, but you don't have to - the ablative case includes the, erm, preposition thing. By/with/from/at/in/on.
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Re: High School bathroom graffiti: intellectualized

Postby Brom » Fri May 30, 2008 4:06 am UTC

Before they renovated one of the school buildings, one of the stalls had an extensive argument between a Christian and an Atheist.

I hear the boy's bathroom had sudoku puzzles in their stall.

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Re: High School bathroom graffiti: intellectualized

Postby brook_88 » Sun Jun 01, 2008 11:11 pm UTC

My favourite bit of graffiti... admittedly not carried out in school was:

"He who knows only one language, knows none"

Written in French, In Austria by an English speaker :)

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Re: High School bathroom graffiti: intellectualized

Postby wst » Mon Jun 02, 2008 7:14 am UTC

Great place for intellectual graffiti is on exam desks. But I didn't write any of it down and I can't remember it now :( (But I did leave an 'xkcd.com' for the future)
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Postby mat-tina » Mon Jun 02, 2008 4:45 pm UTC

Scribbled in knee-height:
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Re: High School bathroom graffiti: intellectualized

Postby Mr. Beck » Tue Jun 03, 2008 6:14 pm UTC

wst wrote:Great place for intellectual graffiti is on exam desks. But I didn't write any of it down and I can't remember it now :( (But I did leave an 'xkcd.com' for the future)

No one will go here then- xkcd actually looks quite a bit like a porn address.

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Postby alphacenturi » Thu Jun 05, 2008 1:24 am UTC

Mr. Beck wrote:
wst wrote:Great place for intellectual graffiti is on exam desks. But I didn't write any of it down and I can't remember it now :( (But I did leave an 'xkcd.com' for the future)

No one will go here then- xkcd actually looks quite a bit like a porn address.


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Re: High School bathroom graffiti: intellectualized

Postby Death Dragon » Sun Jun 08, 2008 10:10 pm UTC

Wow . . . I never write on walls/desks. I just really hate vandalism, so . . .

But I really like some of these ideas. Like the Ozymandias one . . . I should re-memorize that poem, it's one of my favorites. I'd have responded . . . Maybe I'll write that on a desk one day.

It'd be nice to be able to hold a conversation in graffiti. How odd . . .

My school doesn't seem to have much written graffiti . . . it's usually mostly scribbles. Although we usually have about one bomb threat a year. . . then we all have to evacuate, and it's just a long hard hassle while the school is searched. And the perpetrator is ALWAYS found out . . . some of the people in my school are simply too dumb to live and I fully expect to see them on the Darwin Awards website.

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Re: High School bathroom graffiti: intellectualized

Postby MotorToad » Sun Jun 08, 2008 11:07 pm UTC

Roland Lockheart wrote:I plan to bring back "Kilroy Was Here" from the 50's. Anyone willing to help?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kilroy_was_here
I actually drew that a lot in high school, but mostly on my own folders and the sort. I really had no idea of its origins but it's rather addicting to draw. I suppose since it's a rather accepted an anonymous form of graffiti, you can break the rules (graffiti is vandalism) without going outside of accepted norms (it's already everywhere and is mostly harmless).
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Re: High School bathroom graffiti: intellectualized

Postby Sheo » Tue Jun 10, 2008 4:48 am UTC

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.
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Postby sillybear25 » Thu Jun 12, 2008 2:00 am UTC

Lanth wrote:Lots of people at my school at an obsession with graffitiing a picture of a penis, followed by "tation", to mean "dictation


In my high school band room, someone drew a picture of a penis pointing downward, and then someone else added pupils to the balls, noseholes to the head, and drew on a neck and the body of a bird. I found it slightly humorous...
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Re: High School bathroom graffiti: intellectualized

Postby x-Swamp » Thu Jun 12, 2008 12:46 pm UTC

Its actually quite interesting the things written in a christian private school, but taking a camera into the toilets looks a little sus.

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Re: High School bathroom graffiti: intellectualized

Postby wst » Thu Jun 12, 2008 1:36 pm UTC

x-Swamp wrote: taking a camera into the toilets looks a little sus.

Put it in your pocket...
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Postby mypsychoticself » Thu Jun 12, 2008 6:18 pm UTC

I wish my highschool had intellectual graffiti. My school was new-ish, and didn't have much graffiti at all. Using the bathroom was boring :(
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Re: High School bathroom graffiti: intellectualized

Postby Jadestone » Thu Jun 12, 2008 11:46 pm UTC

Re "Kilroy Was Here": Oh wow that's that thing mom drew on my worksheet in 4th grade when all the parents had to go in and meet the teacher and stuff.

Well school is out now, I should prepare a fresh arsenal of ideas before it starts again.
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Re: High School bathroom graffiti: intellectualized

Postby phantom » Fri Jun 13, 2008 5:03 am UTC

At our school, we had two bomb threats in the form of writing on the bathroom wall (by the same person presumably, because it was in the same handwriting). The school covered it up right away, so I never actually got to see it, and then they even shut down one of the boy's bathrooms and put a teacher with a sign in sheet in front of the other. (nothing for the girls, which i found sexist). I was very tempted to, when the teacher wasn't looking, to write a bomb threat on the sign in notebook itself (but I'm not that bad of a person I guess :P).

I wish I would have seen something interested, but everyone at my school were pretty much blockheads (I'm glad to be out of there now).

We also had to have someone come in and talk about racism because people kept writing racial insults on the wall.
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