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post Dec 13 2007, 01:47 PM
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My brother's camera phone is full of pictures of shocking and funny things he's seen while out with friends, and I have a few of my own also. A recent conversation on matazone about twinky-scented lotion leads me to believe that there are extravagant amounts of strange and shocking things out there to talk about!

One of my all-time favorites is a handheld vacuum called the 'Tough Sucker'


Anyone else see anything recently that was worthy of taking a picture of?

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post Dec 13 2007, 02:18 PM
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Have you seen http://www.foundmagazine.com/ ?

It's a wonderful site, where people send in interesting letters, notes and photos they've found.

That's all I can add; I don't personally have any interesting finds.

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post Dec 13 2007, 02:26 PM
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This is my small collection pictures of things I thought were worth taking a picture of. Apologies for the quality of some of them: I refuse to get a digital camera and as such only take pictures with the 2 MPixel camera I have on my phone.

A poster warning of vandalism/ crime on the Tube last Christmas.
They had fallen out of love.
Dyslexic sign makers (It was meant to read "A pot of Muller light contains less fat than one crisp")
A guy in a suit using his laptop on a traffic island in London. He was inbetween two lanes of traffic, taking advantage of free wi-fi.
I found the inlet tube to the internets.
A piece of plastic bag I found on the ground in St James's Park, London.
And lastly, one of many misspelt food-names found in the East End of London.

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