Ever see these? There's one in my neighbourhood.
I'm studying just in case I depend on them someday...
no, but somebody spraypainted the awesomeface on a street sign near my house and it's been there for like 3 years
i want gun-toting triangle man and kind cat lady to get married
which one did you find?
is there any specific area to look for them?(like are they usually written on trashcans, walls, rocks, or just wherever?), and do they stand out?
i think they're like a hundred years old so their reliability is questionable
Kind woman tell sad story? Sounds useful.
No use going this way, pointed at an abandoned shanty near my house.
It's funny. I see them spraypainted in the street on very seldom occasions, but I live in a rural area...
I've never seen any such signs, but then I don't go to hobo places that often (like downtown for example.) I can see how a standard set of signs would be useful for them. But with free internet in libraries, they probably have sites they can check up on too.
I;ve only seem hobo signs on the internet before, but I gotta tell ya I am curious about the origin of most of these, like the theives one, 2/10 must mean something?
2/10 of what you previously had, is probably what you're left with after a visit from a thief.Post edited on 15th Dec 2011, 7:41pm
Wow, I've actually seen a couple of these back when I was going to school and had a possible future;_;
I thought that they were marks made and left because of construction work, but learning that this is some sort of hobo communication is pretty awesome.