When the cities of Pompeii (79 A.D.) and Herculaneum were suddenly consumed by the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 C.E., many of the buildings were so intimately preserved that modern archaeologists can still read the graffiti scribbled onto their ancient walls.
It’s sort of refreshing to know, even thousands of years ago, people were writing silly messages on the wall while they sat bored on a toilet.  

Here’s a few examples 
that will make you giggle.

Bad First Date?

 

Here’s a link to even more Pompeii graffiti – though be warned… some of it is quite raunchy . 


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