Six Word Saturday – what’s the sinister story , morning glory?

Seen near Brick Lane:

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18 comments

  1. It took me a while to realise that ET was holding a gun!
    Best wishes, Pete.

  2. Sue

    Yep, I didn’t see it straight away….this guy specialises in bombs on a child’s seesaw, Robin Hood held up by Kalashnikovs etc

  3. “Pedal faster. Not spending one more minute in this primitive planet….the whole idea of foot powered transport, uncomfy seats and a charge for luggage? Seriously? Enough is enough. Pedal faster.”

  4. fantastic, ET the terrorist!! I know I’m a bit bent but I love that kind of humour!

  5. I caught a glimpse of the collage and am going there next, Sue ­čÖé I always loved ET. Never knew he had a violent streak, though.

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