I was attracted to the address numbers on this building and was actually a little surprised to see that another young man was also taking a photo of the same building. cool, someone else is into
funky typography, thought I (stupidly)
then I looked more closely
my first planking sighting!
although, now I read that the days of planking are numbered because
HAHA! Well, so far I haven't seen any planking but maybe I haven't been looking up far enough. :)
Those ARE cool 7's!
Yep, I'm with EG -- I haven't seen any planking, but I probably don't look up far enough either!! I do love those 7's! Hope you have a great week!
...as thick as two planks...
i don't know about planking but the guy on the roof must be doing it.:p 77 looks like 2 faucets.
Planking - as defined by Urban Dictionary
An act of lying face down atop an object, landmark, animal or other person, then stiffening one's form so that one's arms are firmly held by one's side and toes are pointed; taking on the physical characteristics of a plank.
Planking is usually recorded and uploaded to social networking sites to gain kudos for the level of comedy, aesthetic or endangerment accomplished in execution.
It is said to have originated in Adelaide, South Australia.
This seems a lot like what kids used to do long ago, cramming into a tiny car to see how many would fit. Mostly it sounds like harmless fun but like anything it can be taken too far and accidents can happen. I would have likely missed this person in the act of planking. The interesting large numbers on the wall would have totally caught my attention instead.
I had to look closely to see the planker. I too was looking more at the typography.
Hi there - when I was a kid to be called "as thick as a plank" was to be called stupid. Now we have "planking" - I rest my case!
Stewart M - Australia
I just found out about planking recently. Now there's owling? What next?
Gee, I hate to be out of date,but I've never heard of it. Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.
So what is owling?
"Owling refers to the act of sitting in a perched position while looking off into the distance as to mimic the posture of an owl."
Post a Comment