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Acts of Love!

By Peppablack 19 June 2013 23

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On a residential street earlier this morning, I noticed a girl making quite the effort in putting this together to make her affections known to MJW??? 

Whoever he is? 

And will do anything…..

Quite a collections of cars out front, so now sure how many admirers he has?

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UPDATE: Love can’t conquer everything it seems:

love no more


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HiddenDragon 11:20 pm 19 Jun 13

Just to add to the shocking cynicism already on display here, I was reminded of this quote from Tom Lehrer: “I know some people feel that marriage as an institution is dying out, but I disagree and the point was driven home to me rather forcefully not long ago by a letter I received which said: “Darling, I love you and I cannot live without you. Marry me, or I will kill myself”. Well, I was a little disturbed at that until I took another look at the envelope and saw that it was addressed to ‘occupant’.”

If all else fails, there’s chocolate.

Mr Evil 10:38 pm 19 Jun 13

Thevoiceofchoice said :

ANYTHING?!

Only people with pure minds make these sorts of promises – and it can only end in tears or leave a horrid taste in your mouth.

chewy14 9:37 pm 19 Jun 13

gungsuperstar said :

I’m a pretty cynical guy most of the time. But I reckon the extent of the cynicism in this thread is a bit sad!

Perhaps I’m just a cynic who still believes in love, or at least in the pursuit of love.

I reckon it’s quite sweet, and while it’s far from the best thing a girl could do for me, if any of my former girlfriends had done something like this for me I might still be with them.

I would be guessing that the ‘i will do anything’ part most likely should have been followed by :

‘to make up for drinking 12 Woodstock cans last weekend and having a threesome with your best mates.’

gungsuperstar 8:19 pm 19 Jun 13

Captain RAAF said :

Mothy said :

There must be something wrong with me, I saw this and all I though was: Stalker.

If it were a relationship, a banner and trail of rose-petals could be placed inside the property, leading to the required room (kitchen sink to do the washing up/ironing board/bedroom/laundry).

Or, if wooing a bloke, a trail of lingerie leading toward the bedroom.

You pick your poison, I’ll pick mine.

There, I fixed it for you.

Really? You want your house full of dirty undies?

I’d understand if it’s shoe, shoe, sock, sock, pants, top, bra, undies on the way to the bedroom… but just undies?

Gross. That’s not an aphrodisiac – that’s the opposite… That’s a girl who needs to stop leaving her shit throughout my house.

gungsuperstar 8:16 pm 19 Jun 13

I’m a pretty cynical guy most of the time. But I reckon the extent of the cynicism in this thread is a bit sad!

Perhaps I’m just a cynic who still believes in love, or at least in the pursuit of love.

I reckon it’s quite sweet, and while it’s far from the best thing a girl could do for me, if any of my former girlfriends had done something like this for me I might still be with them.

fabforty 6:57 pm 19 Jun 13

Desperation. It don’t smell pretty.

Ben_Dover 6:22 pm 19 Jun 13

bundah said :

‘Anything’, really?? Judging by the fact that it’s been taken down I don’t think he believed you.

Or he got his portion of “anything.”

Masquara 4:52 pm 19 Jun 13

Not a patch on the DFAT “love ute”!

http://the-riotact.com/the-love-ute/38035

Captain RAAF 4:51 pm 19 Jun 13

Mothy said :

There must be something wrong with me, I saw this and all I though was: Stalker.

If it were a relationship, a banner and trail of rose-petals could be placed inside the property, leading to the required room (kitchen sink to do the washing up/ironing board/bedroom/laundry).

Or, if wooing a bloke, a trail of lingerie leading toward the bedroom.

You pick your poison, I’ll pick mine.

There, I fixed it for you.

bundah 2:52 pm 19 Jun 13

‘Anything’, really?? Judging by the fact that it’s been taken down I don’t think he believed you.

zorro29 1:50 pm 19 Jun 13

Peppablack said :

Update……Balloons gone, message stripped off……however there are still visible signs of the declaration of love. In regards to “I will do anything”….How about repainting the damage u have done…lol

yeah…ouch! i’d sue them or at least report it…seems to have stripped the paint or something. thanks for the update. that’s gold!

Mothy 1:05 pm 19 Jun 13

There must be something wrong with me, I saw this and all I though was: Stalker.

If it were a relationship, a banner and trail of rose-petals could be placed inside the property, leading to the required room (kitchen to the basket of champagne and chocolates/bedroom/other).

Or, if wooing a bloke, a trail of gaming magazines toward the couch, leading to a stocked Esky beside and freshly charged controllers for the xbox/playstation laid out of the coffee table/footrest, with any words of affection required placed on a post-it mid-screen.

You pick your poison, I’ll pick mine.

Peppablack 12:38 pm 19 Jun 13

Update……Balloons gone, message stripped off……however there are still visible signs of the declaration of love. In regards to “I will do anything”….How about repainting the damage u have done…lol

cross 12:28 pm 19 Jun 13

oops just reread original post twas in fact a girl

cross 12:26 pm 19 Jun 13

Could this not be the work of a male attempting to get the attention of a female ?

arescarti42 11:51 am 19 Jun 13

I find cats to be sufficiently affectionate, and presumably a lot less work.

Ryoma 11:26 am 19 Jun 13

I went to Uni in Melbourne, and saw something similar written across the side of a railway bridge (now covered in advertising billboards – yuk), although it sounds like something after an argument…
The words on it went something like:

“B.D, please don’t go. I have loved you forever….”

The bridge was a good 6 metres above the road, and there was nothing easy about getting access to it, let alone having anything to hold onto while using a spray can.

It made quite a strong impression on me the first time I saw it; just how much was going on, that someone needed to go to that much effort to get someone else’s attention? What was the story behind it?
And how did they know that the person in question would drive down that particular road?…

All sorts of variations on the theme ran through my head. A doctor, being called upon to fly overseas and to work in the middle of an epidemic….a person, either gender, racked with pain at the idea of the person leaving after University to go back home, because the target of the message thought there was nothing left for them in Melbourne (if they only knew!)….and so on…

All other variations welcome…what do you think? 😀

HiddenDragon 11:20 am 19 Jun 13

If this fails, a hovering Skywhale, emblazoned with declarations of undying love, might just batter him into submission.

zorro29 10:54 am 19 Jun 13

but check out the garage he has! honey, ditch that zero and get yourself a hero *clicks

and i thought this was cute till the OP said a chick put it there for a guy…that’s not the way to get men. try the “aloof” option next time and strap love notes to their pets or something

young love…i remember when i felt so strongly about someone that i would express that love in work tape *sniff. this was a great pic – thanks OP

Barcham 10:30 am 19 Jun 13

D’awwwwww

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