Geek graffiti in bathroom


24 Responses to “Geek graffiti in bathroom”

  1. Anonymous says:

    At an engineering school, in very small print which made you lean forward to read it at the bottom of the stall door in front of you: “If you are reading this, you are sh*tting at an angle of 15 degrees” – hilarious

  2. Thorzdad says:


  3. Anonymous says:

    my wife has been using this similar image as her profile pic on various sites for a couple of years now

  4. Anonymous says:

    it’s long life vegi house on university ave. i saw it the other day.

  5. Hattmannen says:

    Judging by the pixels that progress bar is at 46%.

  6. archanoid says:

    That progress bar is WAY past 2.5 percent

  7. Anonymous says:

    The home of geek graffiti:

  8. Anonymous says:

    May be a tech geek, but they are rubbish at mathematics – its more like 40%!!

  9. Anonymous says:

    Download the brownload!

  10. David Pescovitz says:

    A spinning beachball would also be fun.

  11. xzzy says:

    General failure writing output 2:
    Abort, Retry, Ignore?_

  12. oasisob1 says:

    I like the grout graffiti (groutfiti?) that I’ve often seen in University bathrooms. Book titles written in pen on the grout between tiles:
    Grout Expectations
    All Thing Grout and Small

  13. Anonymous says:

    A ‘Download complete’ progress bar drawn next to the toilet paper would be good too.

  14. Anonymous says:

    That is a dirty bathroom!

  15. Zan says:

    A real geek would’ve labeled that the 46% it actually is.

  16. El Mariachi says:

    This gum tastes like rubber.

  17. ill lich says:

    I bet the geek that wrote this will happen upon this post and chuckle to himself.

  18. Anonymous says:

    Funny stuff! I always get a laugh from the ‘Press Button – Receive Bacon’ graffiti on the occasional hand dryer. ‘Uploading’ might be a little more appropriate for typical bathroom antics. ‘Downloading’ conjures up some truly disturbing images…

  19. seyo says:

    There’s some similar geek graff on the wall of the parking lot on Grand street, just before West Broadway. If I remember correctly it says: [ • rec ] with little lines around it suggesting a blinking light.

  20. Anonymous says:

    Should he not have written Uploading?

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