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Rodney Trotter

Some indications that your child may be a tagger are...

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You've probably all seen this before, but I thought it was quite funny...

 

Profile of a Tagger

Some indications that your child may be a tagger are:

 

Your child stays out until early morning or all night.

Your child frequently wears a large back pack or baggy pants. Clothing may be paint stained. Packs and loose clothing can be used to hold paint cans or carry graffiti tools.

Your child carries tools used for etching glass like hole punches, rocks, glass cutters, screw drivers, awls, metal scribes or other sharp object. (Your child may not be able to explain exactly why he or she has this in their possession.

Your child has taken up the hobby of ink making.

Your child has large quantities of magic markers, shoe polish containers, or other devices used for drawing.

Your child sleeps during the day and is active outdoors at night.

Your child has paint on the tips of his/her fingers.

Your child frequently has permanent marker stains on his/her hands.

Your child has graffiti magazines, flyers, a "piece book," or other portfolio of tags.

Your child possesses large quantities of "My Name Is" stickers or other large stickers used for "sticker tagging."

Your child is in possession of graffiti paraphernalia such as markers, etching tools, spray paint, bug spray and starch cans. The bug spray cans are used to make tags that will only show up in the rain.

Your child is in the age group statistically associated with tagging, ages 12-18 (sometimes older).

Your child has graffiti displays or tags on clothing, binders, backpacks, and the underside of the bill of their hat.

Tags you see on the walls of your neighborhood are seen on your child's walls, books, and clothing.

Your child is frequently deceitful about his/her activities.

Your child has quantities of paint in cans but does not have the income to afford it.

Your child associates with other children with the traits described above.

Your child's Internet web browser has bookmarks to graffiti advocate web sites.

Your child has photographs of graffiti and tags on walls that look familiar to you.

Your child actively reads the alt.graffiti newsgroup.

 

 

:rolleyes:

 

I just thought I'd point out that I didn't come up with this shit, it came from dougweb.com

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yeah seen it a couple times.

 

is there still an alt. graffiti. whatever group?

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i am every single one of those characteristics...but wat the fuck is the chances of ur parents ever visiting greatestgraffiti.com

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haha.. bug spray... i didn't know that... hmmm indeed... they're like super secret secret squirrel phantom tags or some shit... nice

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that dude sucks dick

 

as i read that page, both now and when i read it before, it started to irritate me severely that this fag thinks he knows a thing about graffiti.

and then i read further and get over that and i start thinking, damn, it's also really anoyying to think any parent would ever be stupid enough to need to read this piece of shit. But hey, had i been stoned i'd have just laughed at it. This guy is so anti graffiti, but i think he should learn about it before he goes on the "dougweb" and says a bunch of dorky stupid shit. Oh yeah, anyone ever "tag it up" with some of that cool bugspray? Man, everyone knows who i am cuz they can only see my tag in the rain! ha! :) :)

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