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Retrieved from racial memory patterns by: David Morgan-Mar

The author writes:

Today's strip was painted on a three-storey high brick wall in the old industrial area on the outskirts of Bognor Regis. I would tell you exactly where so you could go see the original artwork, but due to an oversight by the artist the wall and attached building was demolished the next day to make way for a new low-rise development of luxury flats.

We didn't get a photo of the art before the demolition, but by a strange coincidence there was a Google Streetview car in the area the day before the panting was finished, so what you see here is a screencap from Streetview, with a few of the unfinished bits added in using Photoshop. Sorry about the poor exposure, and the fact that all the dialogue has been blurred out by Google's privacy filters.

What Gwenyth is saying is: "I haven't had one of these with lime before. It's... interesting."