Graffito Misterioso

Painted in half-foot high black letters on the sidewalk on Broadway, across from the Rindge & Latin school:





And the internet claims that “fat suffices“. Apparently there’s a character in a Raymond E. Feist book named “Fitz”. Ah well, I guess I just don’t get it. (Update: or do I?)

In other news, the acorns are back! (kids — that’s oak-corn!) So now I get several months of satisfying foot-crunch as I walk to work. They were awfully resilient today — not aged enough to have gotten crunchy, I reckon — but I’ll test them every day, yeah I’m ready for them. This year I think I’ll dig into the ol’ bag o’ tricks and use two acorn-hats and a black pen to make little Frenchmen out of my thumbs:

Thumb 1 (bowing): “Parlez-vous pouce?”
Thumb 2 (bowing): “Oui, merci! (pause) Pardon, monsieur, est-ce que vous avez du pouce?”
Thumb 1 (disconsolately): “Hellas, non.”
Thumb 2 (anticly): “Alors, j’ai une pouce très grande – elle est plus grand que toi! Hon hon hon!”

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    A friendly pedant has informed me by email that “Hélas” is what thurnb #1 is trying to say above. Greece is not the word!

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