Friday, May 14, 2010

«Pirate Fish Leash»

This is by far the best graffiti I have ever seen in this town by a long-shot.
Pirate Fish on a leash

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The Pirate Fish of course is a symbol of Pastafarianism, also knows as the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster. I am honored that my town has been blessed by His Noodly Appendages.

There was also another sign that has the symbol of the IPU (Invisible Pink Unicorn).


  1. I thought the KGB is now the FSB. Is this an old sign?

  2. @ Looney: No, I'm not in Russia. KGB stands for Ketchikan Gateway Borough. I'm not sure how old the sign is, but the elementary school behind it was built in the same year I was born: 1986.

  3. OK, so having the KGB enforcing leash laws isn't as scary as I thought!?

  4. @ Looney: lol. No, not quite.

    In Soviet Russia, even the fish must be on a leash.


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