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A CLASSIC PHALLUS TAG  


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TAG: PHALLUS - ELECTRICITY HUT, SAINSBURY'S "SAVACENTRE" PETROL-STATION, SE-CORNER -  SOUTHEND LANE, LONDON, SE26 
(pic 24-02-2017)  
... in process

Common in the '80s, a 'penis-tag' is still occasionally performed. This example is in a grubby little ignored corner of the huge supermarket plot, on a pedestrian short-cut to a main road. 

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ts coincidental the way the image is sniffing at the garbage beneath it, especially the water-bottle! and seems at the same time to curve down, is almost appended from, the sinister little yellow warning of electrical death! These were almost certainly not in the tagger's sight, but when such a potentially evocative symbol is added to a place rich in chance it inevitably orchestrates relationships and focuses stories.  
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