You know when you walk through a tunnel
and you see all this graffiti
and have the urge to paint something unique over all the mess?
That's exactly how I felt,
except I didn't care enough to do anything about it.
That is, until Kate bought spray paint and said that we were going Saturday night.
So spray paint, we did.
I had it planned in my head that the next time I would spray paint,
I would paint an octopus.
I wanted it to look more realistic than it does,
but - like everything I draw, it just came out like a cartoon.
Kate painted a few shout outs,
and was criticized for it by some random passerby,
who told her if she was going to spray paint - she had to draw something, not just write stuff.
He knew everything, obviously.
Aye, que preciosa!
Norman Tunnel was poppin' at 2a.m.
Drunk people coming in at both ends.
One girl asked me, "Why are you painting over someone else's art?"
Me: "Uh? because it's been here for a week?"
I was so confused. Isn't that the point of spray painting?
One group of people thought it would be hil-arious to shout,
"Police! We're arresting you! Let's go!"
but didn't know what to say when I was responded,
"Ahhh! Oh no, don't arrest me - please!"
they say the darnedest things.
Remember my major bike accident?
This is where it happened.
Kate, so helpfully, painted it out.
But really, just look at it.
Pawnee just came to a complete stop.
On one wall, there was this random bear paw,
so I decided to finish the painting - and drew a bear.
I accidentally filled in the belly pink - thinking the bottle was white.
So that's why it has a pink belly.
"Save 'da panda"
Nah, but it's good for on the spot inspiration.
Rule: You can't spray paint and not have at least one
Harry Potter reference.
Kate and I were having trouble thinking of what HP figure we were going to paint.
But it came to us.
The Dark Mark,
with the quote, "Neither can live while the other survives"
July 15th people.
Apparently, surprised expressions
with our tongues out is our trademark,
because this look wasn't planned.