WHAT: Remember magnetic poetry, those magnetic strips of words and phrases that you could string together on your refrigerator into accidentally poignant snippets of verse? Some clever graffiti artist has taken the concept off the fridge and onto the city’s marked-up infrastructure. These stencilled phrases made their appearance near the intersection of Ossington Street and Churchill Avenue over the weekend, and while we cant tell you exactly what they mean, we dare you to take a stab at your own interpretation.
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