2002-10-23 12:43 p.m.
SAN FRANCISCO + DECORATIONS
People claim to really like San Francisco. A lot.
But, if they like it so much, then why do they keep on trying to change it? Oh, that is probably a silly question—people do this all the time with their loved ones. We love them so much, and we would love them so much more if they were just a little different
Or, another point of view is that people change things—augment, adorn, modify—in order to show how special that thing is. This is why we paint on blank canvases, put makeup over our clean skin, and sing notes into the silence.
While perusing my recent photos this morning I found a few which shared the common themes of decorations
and San Francisco
Andie found this one for me. Whoa. Chocolate snot.
It was probably someone's deep, burning love for San Francisco which inspired them to artfully erect this couch–statue installation piece on the grass in front of my house.
This anonymous artist employs the seldom–used reference to the male genitals as a source of comedy. This is a rare technique, usually taken advantage of by only the most schooled and serious artists. Because art like this is seldom appreciated by the uninitiated, it is almost nonexistent outside of academia. Many critics agree that the artist is saying, "If your dick is above average, large, huge, or an enormous horse cock, don't even think of parking it here. This is reserved for only the most compact and streamlined of penises."
More decorations being installed in San Francisco.
Kind of like graffiti, only much more lovable and kissable.
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