What is a guy to do when the local government have cocked up their responsibility to take care of the roads? It is said that men often have their brains in their pants, so this ingenious method of getting a local council to take action took this individual's head on his shoulders, by employing the head of the male member.
He "cums" in the form of a vigilante dubbed "Wanksy!" Who has used an ingenious method to put some mojo back into the roads of British city, Manchester's flagging libido (in other words, the pressing issue of pot holes). Pot holes are a big problem for motorists. Far from being an innocuous dent in the asphalt, they can spell a rather damaging and costly bump to a driver's car and their bank balance.
Figures from last year estimate that there are roughly 12,000 miles of potholes on Britain's roads - essentially meaning the UK's pockmarked highways would stretch halfway across the globe! Pot hole damage is estimated to be the culprit behind of 10% of mechanical failures on British roads, amounting to £730 million in costs a year for motorists. The average UK household pays around £120 a month in Council Tax and between £100 and £515 a year in Road Tax. This is a kind of social contract where drivers and the public don't expect their local authorities to "dick about," especially when allocating money on needed services. Such incompetence only drives people to grab life by the balls and take charge... and that's where "Wanksy" cums in…
"I wanted to attract attention to the pothole and make it memorable," Wanksy (who remains anonymous) told The Manchester Evening News. "Nothing seemed to do this better than a giant comedy phallus." The local council meanwhile retorted: "Every penny that we have to spend cleaning off this graffiti is a penny less that we have to spend on actually repairing the potholes!" Seemingly overlooking the fact that "Wansky's" sketches, using industrial chalk, are only short lived and wash away in several weeks. Yet such a proactive stance thrusts the potholes into people's faces and the damage to the road are often rectified within 48 hours in some cases as a result of the ribald drawings.
This kind of saucy activism has received a great deal of attention and amusement, even in America. "We need you in Madison, Wisconsin aka pothole hell," wrote one Trans-Atlantic fan on "Wanksy's" Facebook page. His irreverent brand of protest, in an age where anything can shoot over the internet in seconds has won many fans, especially when it reveals the impotence of local authorities.
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