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    Best Bathroom Graffiti

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    The best graffitti in an Atlanta bathroom.

    Best bathroom graffiti BOA Award Winner

    Year » 2016
    Section » Print Features » Special Issue » Best of Atlanta » 2016 » After Dark » Readers Pick
    The Earl (Featured)

    Best bathroom graffiti BOA Award Winner

    Year » 2015
    Section » Print Features » Special Issue » Best of Atlanta » 2015 » After Dark » Readers Pick
    The Earl (Featured)

    Best Bathroom Graffiti BOA Award Winner

    Aurora Coffee
    A truth-seeking trip to the restroom is part of any good coffee shop experience. Entering the lavatory at AURORA COFFEE in Little Five Points is like a spiritual awakening. Inscribed with random bits of paranoia and religious imagery, interspersed with a hefty load of scatological humor and coffee shopmore...
    A truth-seeking trip to the restroom is part of any good coffee shop experience. Entering the lavatory at AURORA COFFEE in Little Five Points is like a spiritual awakening. Inscribed with random bits of paranoia and religious imagery, interspersed with a hefty load of scatological humor and coffee shop intellectualism, this bathroom bully pulpit is one you could easily lose yourself in. Featuring graphic illustrations of Jesus descending into "Ain Soph", flanked by stickers that advocate stealing, preach the evils of the IMF and portray Smurfs as terrorists, this toilet is a gallery of modern art. But remember, this gallery is for customers only. "468 Moreland Ave. 404-523-6856. www.auroracoffee.com" less...

    Best Bathroom Graffiti BOA Award Winner

    Gravity Pub
    It's another raucous Friday night at the GRAVITY PUB in East Atlanta, and your buzz is going strong when you walk into the stall to find the following exchange scrawled on the wall: "Ahh Lou, why are all the pretty ones crazy?" "I don't know, dude. But it's true." "Not always. Signed - the Lucky One."more...
    It's another raucous Friday night at the GRAVITY PUB in East Atlanta, and your buzz is going strong when you walk into the stall to find the following exchange scrawled on the wall: "Ahh Lou, why are all the pretty ones crazy?" "I don't know, dude. But it's true." "Not always. Signed - the Lucky One." Love lost, love lamented, love found - all in a bathroom with a door that doesn't lock. "1257 Glenwood Ave. 404-627-5555." less...

    Best Bathroom Graffiti BOA Award Winner

    Year » 2001
    Section » Print Features » Special Issue » Best of Atlanta » 2001 » After Dark » Critics Pick
    The Earl (Featured)
    488 Flat Shoals Road 404-522-3950 http://www.badearl.com Girls, at least at The Earl, are dirtier and smarter than boys, although neither sex scores high on creativity. A survey of both bathrooms nets the ladies a winning number of noteworthy scrawls on the wall. One of the top finalists: "Billie ismore...
    488 Flat Shoals Road 404-522-3950 http://www.badearl.com Girls, at least at The Earl, are dirtier and smarter than boys, although neither sex scores high on creativity. A survey of both bathrooms nets the ladies a winning number of noteworthy scrawls on the wall. One of the top finalists: "Billie is a vomit whore. Lord, is that classless - second only to "I fucked your boyfriend and you got sloppy seconds. Another high ranker is the thoughtful inquiry, "What color are your nipples? (Answers: burnt sienna, carnation pink and dusty rose.) Most impressive among the men's offerings is the meager "Grey murder makes me take it kidney deep, and the utilitarian "Check your face for cocaine. less...

    Best Restroom Graffiti BOA Award Winner

    Year » 2000
    Section » Print Features » Special Issue » Best of Atlanta » 2000 » Cityscape » Readers Pick
    Moe's & Joe's
    The male sense of humor is indeed in the toilet, so, ladies, it's time to catch up to the men and show you're worth your salt in the lewd, insightful art of bathroom-wall philosophy. The men have clearly surpassed you in the caliber and consistency of lavatory quips in this 53-year-old Va-Hi eatery,more...
    The male sense of humor is indeed in the toilet, so, ladies, it's time to catch up to the men and show you're worth your salt in the lewd, insightful art of bathroom-wall philosophy. The men have clearly surpassed you in the caliber and consistency of lavatory quips in this 53-year-old Va-Hi eatery, where almost all original fixtures are in place including the cash register that only goes up to nine and doesn't add tax. Moes & Joes has also been a venerable "best-restroom-graffiti" favorite over the years, but this CL readers' choice is definitely a gendered favorite. less...

    Best Restroom Graffiti BOA Award Winner

    Year » 2000
    Section » Print Features » Special Issue » Best of Atlanta » 2000 » Cityscape » Critics Pick
    Loca Luna
    Those bright green, cinderblock walls just cry out for adornment, and potty-goers have obliged. Everyone seems to want to make her mark in Loca Luna's bao, including that provocative poetess Blondie, who penned: "Blondie was here, So glad to be queer, Wants to bring you lots of cheer." Others offer feel-goodmore...
    Those bright green, cinderblock walls just cry out for adornment, and potty-goers have obliged. Everyone seems to want to make her mark in Loca Luna's bao, including that provocative poetess Blondie, who penned: "Blondie was here, So glad to be queer, Wants to bring you lots of cheer." Others offer feel-good wishes, such as this entry: "May the best of your past be the worst of your future." less...

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