What the Garbage Cans are Saying about the City Union Strike
Something about the streets filling up with trash makes you examine your surroundings a little differently. Like the ads on the sides of our overflowing garbage cans... they take on unanticipated meanings when stuffed and draped with refuse, don't they? Like this one above...
OH THE IRONY - the ferry workers are on strike too!
Do you have a rebate on maggots?
Here, son, eat this.
I'm not sure we're going to hit this year's target, Jim.
We're drowning in irony.
This market requires a mediator!
Oh, they're recyclable! Great now let's see... which one of these holes do I... ?
Not sure about those targets either, Jim.
Give graffiti the brush off! It's tarnishing our otherwise clean, beautiful city!
This guy is giving graffiti the brush off...
This one is trying to say something..."Hughlughahlahgl"
We're going to need some more garbage cans over here, Jim. This one's full.
Someone thought that by tucking this garbage behind The Sun and Canada Post, no one would notice... and they were mostly right!
Necessity is the mother of all invention? Why don't we all tie our garbage together with ribbons and fling them into street signs, power lines, etc?
Hi, please come in! We've been expecting you! Sorry, the place is a bit of a mess - gosh, I swear I'm not usually this messy! It's just, well, I'm having a bit of a rough time at the moment, ha ha ha, and I haven't had the chance to vacuum lately! Here let me move that so you can sit down...
See, the problem is not the strike, the problem is that our garbage cans should have been built about 9 feet longer and 3 feet deeper to accommodate reasonable levels of trash!
This one was finally told to chew with its mouth shut.
You want my fingers to do WHAT? Hell no, that's what the internet is for! Now get rid of these books, all of them, out of my sight! Put them in the street with all the other trash!
Ahh, what a beautiful walk to work. who wouldn't want to live and work in Toronto?
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