Yeah, they do that here too. Looks like Bryan wasn't very old. MB
Alas poor Bryan, someone knew him well.
surprenante ces peintures sur la voiture
What if Bryan is a owner?
An interesting (and new to me) way of expressing one's grief
I'll remember this if my husband die before me ;-)RIP "Rimkogeren" Bo 14-2-1941 - ..-..-20..He is a very popular person around in Lolland, makes fun about words, makes photos/drawings to those...
We all grieve in different ways, I guess.
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Never seen anything like that before. But it looks like Bryan had some good friends and relatives.
This is a very open way of showing his love. Unless Bryan just got married... Seen this somewhere...
I'm like Steffe. Never seen anything like it over here. Strange and sad.
Wow, that's sad.
Maybe he owed Bryan some money...
Washing the car would be like desecrating a tombstone. Maybe that's why they haven't.
maybe bryan had gifted this car to his nephew!
Bryan hasn't been gone a full month. This is a very fresh grief and I suspect the mourner is also quite young.
Very poignant, indeed.
Gosh, I don`t know what to say....Well it is a clear message done in a unique way.
This is usually saved for weddings - maybe these are the Uncle Bryan's beneficiaries.
I have seen something like this, if it is a person who has passed on. Here there was a young boy who died from a fatal disease during his last year of high school, and his friends painted a huge mural on the school's wall, and the artwork is still there.
I could not understand much about it, anyway I agree with you this guy really like this uncle! :)hugsLéia
Gee, Jacob. What gave you that idea? :)
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