Toilet graffiti : Crazy Kenyans who write on loo walls - 7 months ago, 16 July 07:53
The governor of Nairobi last week came up with a directive, ordering the use of all city public toilets to be free. The order has elicited a lot of reactions, with many expressing concern over impending misuse and mismanagement of the public facilities.
One of the common problems that city residents should brace themselves for is the return of dirty and often funny, intellectual or even inspirational scribblings on public toilets walls, a culture that was fading away.
Crazy Monday went round, studying these toilet scribblings and a couple of trends emerged. For example, most of the writings are on Kenya’s pet topics, especially politics.
Also, despite these writers being weirdos, most are extremely intelligent poets, humorists and philosophers in the making. Toilet graffiti is also a form of art that cuts across class, age and gender, we discovered. It would emerge that men write more lewd stuff than women, who prefer romantic ...
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