14 February 2009
Is it Maranaw?
An advisory in styrofoam cutouts tells people (in two languages, above) that this is a no-peeing zone. This is underneath the Quiapo LRT station staircase, where it has traditionally been dark and damp, and intuition tells you that you hold your breath.
Reassertion: bawal umihi dito sabi.
Labels: philippines. metro manila
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