Bristol Farmer Takes The Time And Effort To Etch 'P**s Off' Into Their Field
We get it, people can get mad from time to time. Maybe your neighbours are walking around in the nude or they might just be noisy as hell. It could constitute enough reason for a cheeky little note in the window.
Slightly passive aggressive but who're we to judge?
However, who writes a note in a field? Seriously, a huge note saying 'piss off'. We guess it could be a farmer getting all too aggy with the weather. But even that's a little intense.
If you happen to be passing Bristol - on a plane that is - just have a look out of the window because you're sure to see the cheeky little message.
Just 10 miles out of the city, where the field is located, is a farmer sitting smugly in their armchair by the window. We're almost sure of it. The village of Nettleton is the home of this lovely message and we can't help but wonder how long it took to write.
The topography of the land means it is very difficult to see the message from the ground - so almost certainly, like the Nazca Lines in South America, the words 'piss off' are intended to be viewed from above, perhaps by aliens, maybe by God himself.
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According to Bristol Post it could be a hidden message to balloonists because this part of the countryside on the Wiltshire-South Gloucestershire border is in the usual flight path for longer balloon rides out of Bristol.
That makes a little more sense. I mean what could be more pleasant than paying for a balloon ride to read messages from irate farmers?
Let's not forget, it's not always the farmers having a rant, sometimes they're the ones in the firing line. Back in January, Dairy farmer Paul Tomkins spoke out about the messages of abuse he receives from vegans and animal rights activists.
He said: "I guess one of the vulnerabilities we have as result of having footpaths cross our lands means that we are vulnerable to this sort of activism. I receive messages online, calling me a rapist or murderer or torturer."
At least the Bristol farmer isn't saying that to the holidaymakers, aliens or God.
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