My words on the underground

If you travel by tube anytime soon, you might see this lovely quote projected on the wall (click for bigger):

That’s my name underneath – Holly Brockwell. Woohoo – fame and glory beckon!

It was an entry into CBS Outdoor’s ‘Maybe it’s because you’re a Londoner’ competition, and is apparently being displayed at (deep breath): Angel, Bank, Bond Street, Camden, Charing Cross, Covent Garden, Embankment, Euston, Green Park, Holborn, Knightsbridge, Liverpool Street, Moorgate, Oxford Circus, Paddington, Piccadilly Circus, Victoria, and Waterloo stations. Crikey.

The CBS ‘Maybe it’s because you’re a Londoner’ competition is still running, so if you’d like to follow in my sparkling footsteps, enter your quotes on the Facebook page now.

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6 responses to “My words on the underground”

  1. Chris Dodson says :

    Awesome Holly! That is quality. I’ll keep an eye out for it.

  2. sharktamer says :

    That’s awesome. I’m heading for Camden tonight, I’ll be sure to look for it.

  3. Claire says :

    I will idly keep an eye out for it. What was your answer?

  4. Claire says :

    p.s. good LORD there are some bad ones on the facebook page. *shakes fist*

  5. copybot says :

    It says “When a man is tired of London, he should go to bed. There’s plenty more to do tomorrow”.

    Unfortunately some creepy dude posted a comment on it on the Facebook page, saying something about how a woman should go and join him in bed because there’s lots for her to do there – ugh.

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