The poster advertises the opening of the Victoria Line on the London Underground. It features the slogan ‘cut travelling time across London’. The image is a large white pair of open scissors, with a black block shadow. Along the right arm of the scissors is the network map of the line, with stations circled in blue and red. The open arms of the scissors form the ‘V’ of Victoria line across the centre of the poster. Slogans are in white text with information in black text. The background colour is blue [the same blue as used to depict the line].
Anonymous asked: I understand that you support Mandela, and we are all sad about him leaving. But I think what we should also point out, is that Mandela was no saint. So that people who think they can never be like him, realize that nobody has to be perfect. Also, need more tits for the fans please!
Why is it that I *should* point out that Mandela was no saint. There are no saints among men. Of course it is true that Mandela was not a perfect president and was not a perfect man, but that does not lessen my respect for him.
Also, why don’t you show your face instead of hiding behind anon. No tits for anons.
My depression is not glamorous.
Meaning is just a lie that I tell myself.