Signs, In The 2019 (20th Annual) How Weird Street Faire, San Francisco, California

Get Weird
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A "Get Weird" sign was painted on an octogon shape to resemble a stop sign. Needless to say, nobody stopped dancing despite the presence of that sign.


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Toilet Lid
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Someone painted the words "Trump Here" on the top of a toilet lid in one of the portable toilets that lined a wall under the new bus overpass into the new Transbay Center.


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Thank U, Next
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A "thank u, next" sign was printed on the back of a pink sweatshirt.


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Gun Buy-Back
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A sign, leaned against a table at the How Weird Street Faire, read in part, "Gun Buy-Back." The table behind the sign was littered with dozens of broken parts of pistols and rifles.


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Eating Animals Is Weird
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A sign, carried by someone on the other side of the street, read, "Eating Animals Is Weird." Perhaps a suggestion that folks should only eat Vegan.


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Future Wooks unite!
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A sign carried low read, "Future Wooks unite!" A wook external link is another word for a helpless intoxiated person.


Signs external link   •  In The 2019 (20th Annual) How Weird Street Faire external link   •  Howard Street and 2nd Street external link   •  San Francisco external link California external link   •  (Date Photographed: 15:17:56 Sunday 5 May 2019)   •  (Date Published: Thursday 23 May 2019)   •  © 2019 Bryan Costales Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial License #C19_2971
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