I've been so swamped lately, and running around the city like a crazy person until all hours of the night, so I really haven't had quality time to spend with my blog, which makes me unhappy.
This morning, I was looking through my back log of things to share with you, and I came across a few pictures that I'd taken that really had nothing to do with anything else, save for the fact that they were all taken in Brooklyn, and that I liked them.
All the more reason to share them with you, right? RIGHT!
I love this photo. I took it on the highway (I was clearly in the passenger seat... don't take highway pictures while driving kids!) with a super clear view of the Manhattan skyline and these ah-mazing rain clouds hovering over the sunset. I love it.
I think my favorite thing about it is how big the clouds are, and how small it makes Manhattan look in comparison. The biggest city ever never looked so tiny. It sort of blows my mind.
Ain't no graffiti like BKLN graffiti. Taken in Williamsburg, I think around my buddy Lala's birthday.
I don't know why I like it, but I do.
But this one.... This is my favorite of them all.
First of all, I wouldn't recommend calling either of these numbers. They're likely to put you in touch with the evil ex-girlfriend of whoever put up the sign. BUT, I couldn't figure out how to blur the phone numbers without ruining the awesomeness of the rest of the picture, so... dial at your own risk.
Here's some of the things that we can infer from this sign that I found posted on the entrance to the Nostrand Ave A/C train station (on a sign for the new USA series Common Law):
"one nite stands only" - clearly he's in it for the long haul.
Two Brooklyn area codes, so he's likely local and not a transplant.
"Females only" - This is a man that knows what he wants.
offers date ideas such as: A cigarette meet date, dutch dating, soda date, or a walk date.... I don't know what most of that means.
His ideas of fine dining: McDonalds, Wendy's, Popeyes, Subway
Dates that sound like a decent idea if they weren't on a sign: The aquarium, the zoo, cake and ice cream date.
"meaning may be romance"... I think with an advert like "one nite stands only", the chance of "romance" is probably higher than "may"
Does any of this sound like a good idea to any of you?
Until next time. Keep it Klassy, like we do in Brooklyn.