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Liz Kendall accused of anti-Corbyn toilet graffiti

‘It isn’t an isolated incident,’ explained a spokesman. ‘Jeremy found a horse’s head in his bed this morning and somebody has drawn antennae on his official photograph and blacked out one of his teeth to make him look like a weird space alien. It’s faintly reminiscent of Ed Miliband.’

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Posted: Aug 18th, 2015
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Man finds ‘gorgeous’ new girlfriend via toilet graffiti

‘She’s got expensive tastes, every date costs a fortune. But, hell, she’s a real looker and, for an ex-convent girl, very broad-minded. Let’s face it, not every woman is happy to have sex on the first date.’

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Posted: Jun 4th, 2014
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Banksy-style stencil packs sent up north to narrow housing divide

DIY stencil packs are being promoted as the answer to the north-south divide after house price analysts have noticed that whenever the mysterious graffiti guerilla artist Banksy spray paints one of his artworks onto the wall of a house, its price rockets almost immediately.

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Posted: Apr 23rd, 2014
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Ancient cave graffiti confirms man’s obsession with drawing moustaches on things

cavemen apparently loved knob gagsA medieval hunting forest in rural Essex has given up its secrets to a team of archaeologists this week after six caves, previously hidden for millennia by tree growth and fallen rock, unveiled an impressive collection of ancient drawings and ‘hilarious graffiti’.

The prehistoric doodles prove that man has enjoyed scribbling moustaches and novelty eye-patches on other people’s work for ‘thousands of years’.

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Posted: Nov 24th, 2013
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Advertising watchdog criticises ‘misleading’ toilet graffiti

The adverts, traditionally scrawled in biro or marker by traders offering a range of services in the local area, have been undermined by a flood of empty promises.

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Posted: Oct 9th, 2012
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