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Discussion in 'Toys forum' started by Michael, Dec 19, 2005.
police cruiser * civil unit *
Stop Sign pole, still there and its been like a year or so... bunk as fuck but hell it means alot to me
bathroom stalls at school with a marker, an overpass with spray paint
an electrical box on a main road with cars everywhere. before i knew how illegal it was.
first time with paint was on a GIANT electrical box under a power line. i just realised i must have an electrical box fetish
on a door on a busy street waited 5 months to get my style simple just so that when i came out writting i didnt like stupid wack. or have my handstyle look like 30 miles of skribbles
my garage for paint. i was like 9 hah
and a park slide with a marker, with geks, like 3 yrs ago..
don't lie you know it was two weeks ago.....
The first tag I ever did was in riverside park by the ports. Me and by friend tagged a lot that day.
im a toy but
first time i wrote something was like a weeka
ago i bought a big ass marker and wrote on a stop sign but
the words stop wasnt on it it was pretty cool
I made my first tag on my basement wall to see how well some random can of rusto worked. Note to self:When you have no respirator, make sure you have good ventilation.
goes hand in hand like cookies and milk
on the side of a bus, when i was 14 wrote MSA and then stopped till i was 18 n first thing then was a rooftop on a main road.
A wall in a river bed
shut up, i buy my cans and markers (oh, and now don't say that makes me a toy) i'm just rich
an electrical box on a busy street with a king sized sharpie.
it was night time. so there wasnt much traffic.
The side of the control building to a power plant by my house.
My bedroom wall with a marker and the inside of my wardrobe with a spray can. Fuck knows why the wardrobe though...
In my bedroom XD
first thing i wrote on was park slides with markers
and a can was on a tire then a bums house
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