Sailors’ Home gates by Tony Via Flickr: Th liverbird depiction on the sailer’s gates.
The Gates originally formed a gated entry to the Sailer’s home built in 1850. The gates locked out any sailers that had not returned to their room by the ten oclock curfew.
I was in Liverpool today and I still can’t believe that the National Museums of Liverpool actually had someone build statues of so-called “Superlambananas” - a mixture between a lamb and a banana- and put them right at the Liverpool waterfront. I mean, look at these things, they’re ridiculous:
And then they actually had these signs printed:
The first sentence alone is art. I want it on a T-shirt. These are real life shitposts, standing right at the Liverpool waterfront. I’m in awe.