#1


thoughts?
Eat your pheasant
Drink your wine
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#2
I can confirm. Those are definitely authentic paintings, of small sized bricks, on normal sized bricks. It gives the appearance of having smaller bricks, but without having to place each small brick.


all in all, you've got a fine collection of small bricks on big bricks
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#5
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what are your thoughts on these big bricks painted to look like smaller bricks?

Eastwinn, they are several big bricks, not one lump of concrete
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Drink your wine
Your days are numbered, bourgeois swine!
#6
those are bricks painted on bricks alright.
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#7
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#8
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what are your thoughts on these big bricks painted to look like smaller bricks?

hmm, kind of tacky but at the same time I like how they haven't been done accurately so they look artistic instead of realistic.
A poem.
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#10
i HATE it




#11
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i HATE it


Why?
Eat your pheasant
Drink your wine
Your days are numbered, bourgeois swine!
#12
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hmm, kind of tacky but at the same time I like how they haven't been done accurately so they look artistic instead of realistic.

so for something to be art it has to be a sufficiently shitty imitation of something else


this is profound
#13
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so for something to be art it has to be a sufficiently shitty imitation of something else

yep, pretty much
A poem.
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#14
10/10, would read again
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#15
We put bricks in your bricks so you can look at bricks while you look at your bricks
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#17
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I can confirm. Those are definitely authentic paintings, of small sized bricks, on normal sized bricks. It gives the appearance of having smaller bricks, but without having to place each small brick.


all in all, you've got a fine collection of small bricks on big bricks


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where is this going?

It will end by hitting the wall, which is a colloquial term in exercise that describes a condition caused by the depletion of glycogen stores in the liver and muscles, manifesting itself by sudden fatigue and loss of energy (as this thread will too experience.)
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#18
We have a small concrete slab across the doors of our garage and that is painted to look like bricks for aesthetic purposes.

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#20
Yeah, dudes. I don't know. I'm very sleepy.

I don't think this would make any sense to me at my best.

The world...it's wacky sometimes.
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#21
That seems wholly unnecessary......
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#22
This is the manifestation of the current zeitgeist bleeding into infrastructure. A (not so subtle) reminder that all real things must be concealed for personal affectations.

Notice too: hardly any creative effort went into the masking of this wall. A half-assed botched paintjob by some busybody, who seemed to be in too much of a hurry to create other nazi illusions to flash at locals. What a louse.
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#23
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We have a small concrete slab across the doors of our garage and that is painted to look like bricks for aesthetic purposes.


can you post pictures?
Eat your pheasant
Drink your wine
Your days are numbered, bourgeois swine!
#24
I saw this thread this morning and I'm still pissed off about it. Why would you lie about the size of your bricks? Like what's the actual point?
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#25
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I saw this thread this morning and I'm still pissed off about it. Why would you lie about the size of your bricks? Like what's the actual point?


Gentrification of bricks hmu
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#26
How has no one pointed how shitty of a job they actually did with laying the bricks? Like did they run out and have to just toss a bunch of bits of rocks in that one line or did they use this as target practice for their tank?
#27
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Gentrification of bricks hmu


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How has no one pointed how shitty of a job they actually did with laying the bricks? Like did they run out and have to just toss a bunch of bits of rocks in that one line or did they use this as target practice for their tank?

Just look at those rust streaks on the fence back there. This is a neglected corner of the Earth. I wouldn't go looking for gems here. Abandoned cardboard, sure.
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#28
it is fvcked in the head that we live in a world where larger bricks have to go through invasive surgery like this just to conform to society's distorted standards for brick size and weight


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silen ženimo hrup,
uboga gmajna, le vpup, le vkup,
le vkup, le vkup z menoj,
staro pravdo v mrak tulimo,
da se pretulimo skozi to zimo
#31
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How has no one pointed how shitty of a job they actually did with laying the bricks? Like did they run out and have to just toss a bunch of bits of rocks in that one line or did they use this as target practice for their tank?

This was my first thought. Who lays a wall with all the bricks or blocks stacked on top of each other directly?
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#34
what in buggery is with the bonding pattern of the blockwork? and why is the vertical line of mortar so unreasonably thick? this is just downright silly and i want nothing to do with it.