Fuck This Website

Juvenile, profane, and timeless, FUCK this book collects images of real public signs that have been mischieveously altered by stickers bearing the most expressive of all four letter words.


From: Caustic. Whitechapel, London, UK.

7 Comments on “PRIORITY”

  1. dave says:

    I’d say most fitting that description have already been FUCKed!

  2. John Sirett says:

    I wish I saw that on the bus I was riding!

  3. Barf McVomit says:

    I understand and get the disabled—but who gives a flying fuck
    on a rolling donut about some woman total a pant shiter in her hand or a
    snot goblin baking in her oven of ignorance?

  4. Brian says:


    Yeah, all people who get pregnant are fucking retarded? Fuck you.

    Don’t like kids? Don’t have one. Don’t like other people’s kids? Be a hermit.

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What the Fuck?

I don't know, just had the idea one day and thought it would be funny. So I printed out stickers in a bunch of different sizes, took them everywhere with me, and started taking photos. It quickly turned into an obsession, and I ended up with a book. So then I asked for audience participation, and we ended up with another book. Want to join in on the fun? Submit your photos and if they’re good enough, we’ll post them.

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