The other day I spied this scrawled on a wall in Clonmel:
Impressively erudite, and with correct use of apostrophes. Although I did find the need to specify that these are the words of “writer Muriel Spark” mildly dissipated the effect.
Alas, it is something of a misquote:
Now, it is my advice to anyone getting married, that they should first see the other partner when drunk. Especially a man. Drink can mellow, it can sweeten. Too much can make a person silly. Or it can make them a savage
(from A Far Cry From Kensington)
The same author (I presume by the penmanship, or rather markermanship, [and indeed possible markerwomanship]) wrote this
I do wonder if these graffiti are the work of two persons; a close up of a section will show what I mean.
Finally here is the graffiti in some kind of context. This is a derelict site with no sign now of livestock or of a “Guard Do”