As in they put up signs, and we wonder what they mean …
A rash of giant yellow ears has started appearing at the various stations on my route these past few weeks. Kew Bridge has two, one on each platform (not, sadly, a left ear and a right ear though). I can’t think what they’re trying to tell us. They are stencilled in bright yellow paint on the platform in front of the ‘information point’ inside a box a metre square. What can it mean? My guess (given that there is also a line through the ear) is that it signifies something to do with hearing aid induction loops, but it could just as easily be interpreted as meaning ‘no large yellow ears allowed within this box’. Except for the large yellow ear that’s already there, of course
Rather less room for manoeuvre in interpreting this one, though:
This says, ‘Lambeth Council doesn’t really give a stuff about cycle paths, although it likes to pretend.’ There were only about three ways these bits could be put back together and this must surely have been obviously wrong. My two year old nieces can do more challenging jigsaw puzzles than this all by themselves. And it has been like this for months. If the council can’t be arsed to take their own cycle paths and the markings on them seriously, why on earth should we?