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hammerromford 10:59 Thu Mar 31
Kelly
Walking along the barrier wall at canvey yesterday I saw Kelly tramp scrawled on a wall and it brought back memories of the late eighties where "Kelly is a slag" was a regular fixture in public toilets on park benches end of terraces and even skillfully engraved on roundabouts.

Anyway I'm wondering who did "Kelly" piss off who was she and with the writing on the barrier wall is she making a comeback?

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SilverSurfer 2:48 Mon Apr 4
Re: Kelly
Cacton

on a wall in a shitty car park was

LOOK TO MECCA.

underneath in a scrawl

BINGO
500 Yards ON THE RIGHT.

CasualKen 1:42 Mon Apr 4
Re: Kelly
MANOR PARK SKINS
was on the footbridge across the district line as the train left East Ham towards Barking. Gone now I think

hammerromford 10:48 Sun Apr 3
Re: Kelly
I might leave a goodbye message on my seat after man utd in the league could end up getting barred from the Boleyn but it's a risk I'll take .

cuzoftheeast 9:48 Sat Apr 2
Re: Kelly
One still in eastcheap

"Lesbians ignite"!

Mike Oxsaw 3:35 Sat Apr 2
Re: Kelly
K(Y J)elly

bruuuno 3:12 Sat Apr 2
Re: Kelly

Nurse Ratched 3:05 Sat Apr 2
Re: Kelly



My jock cousins refer to farting as 'pumping'

Ronald_antly 3:06 Sat Apr 2
Re: Kelly
Fivetide wrote...

""'M. KAHN IS BENT' was, until recently, painted in very large white letters on a railway bridge that crosses the North Circular road in London between Crouch End and East Finchley (Just by the gasworks).
It had been there for over ten years, unmissable by every single car travelling in a westward directionon the North Circular, which, bearing in mind that approximately 300,000 cars containing an average of 2.7 people pass under that bridge every day, would indicate that, over the course of time, the fact of M. Kahn's bent-ness may have been impressed on 2,956,500,000 people, or round about five times the population of Europe."

Go and stand in the corner, and think about what you've done here.

Nurse Ratched 3:05 Sat Apr 2
Re: Kelly
Most delightful bit of graffiti I have seen was on the wall of one of the lanes in Edinburgh:

Mumy is a pumpy bum.

Coffee 2:43 Sat Apr 2
Re: Kelly
I Khan't say.

bruuuno 2:38 Sat Apr 2
Re: Kelly
It would be impossible to photograph unless I had some fangled zoom lens camera which sadly I don't possess!

hammerromford 8:29 Fri Apr 1
Re: Kelly
Bruuno that story is up there with ronnie corbetts monologues. Post a picture on on here if you can

JLAP 8:23 Fri Apr 1
Re: Kelly
bruuuno, that's a great story.

bruuuno 7:14 Fri Apr 1
Re: Kelly
When driving through whitechapel you can still see the three foot high crossed hammers that my dad painted before the 1964 cup final up on one of the roofs. Unless you know exactly where to look you'd never notice it but I always smile whenever I drive past and thing of my dad as a young oik ridden with cup fever all those years ago :-)

hammerromford 7:06 Fri Apr 1
Re: Kelly
Did you miss the words "a wank while thinking of" between had and Kelly?

sidneyshitcunt 7:03 Fri Apr 1
Re: Kelly
I've actually had Kelly Brook.

Far Cough 6:53 Fri Apr 1
Re: Kelly
Maybe he was running out of paint and thought he'd just initial his first name, you know how these graffiti artist are like

Sven Roeder 6:49 Fri Apr 1
Re: Kelly
M Khan

Didn't know his first name ?
Ha ha
Really?

m11 6:08 Fri Apr 1
Re: Kelly
Kelly Graphy

hammerromford 6:05 Fri Apr 1
Re: Kelly
Thank you for all your kind posts and I am now of the opinion that Kelly is a slag and m Kahn is bent are the reasons we have the likes of banksy and the people behind this are so modest they haven't come forward to take the credit they really deserve. I salute you Kelly.

ironsofcanada 2:29 Fri Apr 1
Re: Kelly
When I worked at a food wholesaler, the warehouse was not in the best area, a couple blocks away from two of the biggest homeless shelters.

One morning on the warehouse wall, various dumpsters in the area and on a bunch of wooden fences was the same graffiti. It actual took me a bit to work it but eventual I could see it read.

"Daisy is HIV +"

Felt bad for whoever wrote it because it looked like it was scrawled (if you can do that with a spray can) pretty angrily and in the end the message was probably an important one for the community.

Some were gone within the day but some dumpsters stayed for what seemed like years.

Strangely miss those days.

Fivetide 2:08 Fri Apr 1
Re: Kelly
"'M. KAHN IS BENT' was, until recently, painted in very large white letters on a railway bridge that crosses the North Circular road in London between Crouch End and East Finchley (Just by the gasworks).
It had been there for over ten years, unmissable by every single car travelling in a westward directionon the North Circular, which, bearing in mind that approximately 300,000 cars containing an average of 2.7 people pass under that bridge every day, would indicate that, over the course of time, the fact of M. Kahn's bent-ness may have been impressed on 2,956,500,000 people, or round about five times the population of Europe.
This kind of majority opinion must have made it very difficult for M. Kahn to dispute.

Many things, however, remain unexplained. Considering the scale of the insult, why did the man who painted it choose to use the polite form 'M. Kahn' - as if he was writing a letter to his bank manager? Perhaps he didn't know Mr Kahn's first name (Micheal? Monty?), in which case he can't have known him very well - in which case it seems a bit much to go and paint definitive statements about his sexual orientation ten feet high on the North Circular.
And perhaps even more intriguing, why was M.Kahn himself (Morris? Matt?), no doubt a resident of the Funchley area and well able to contact the local borough council, content to leave the message there for over a decade? Is it possible that he wrote it himself? Which would suggest that the graffiti was not in fact an insult, but the biggest sex-advert in the world. Perhaps we'll never know.

Whatever it was that persuaded the council finally to paint over 'M. KAHN IS BENT', The Mary Whitehouse Experience is prepared to offer a large sum of money to any person or persons prepared to go back to the bridge, under cover of darkness, and paint on it the words 'M. KAHN IS STILL BENT'. "

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