Mr Bean has gone into hiding

Street art near the now closed Nomad Community Garden, off Brick Lane, London, January 2020

This reminded me of Mr Bean’s attempts to hide his steak tartare!! Here you go if you haven’t seen it:

And to see the mural as it once was, pop over to Bertiebo


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Copyright Debbie Smyth, 18 January 2020

Posted as part of Six Word Saturday

54 thoughts on “Mr Bean has gone into hiding

    1. It’s rare to walk along that stretch of wall without seeing street artists at work.Not sure how long for though as the area is going to be redeveloped. The garden on the other side of the path was closed not long after you were there.

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  1. What a pity it has been tagged, luckily the face is still half there. I love Mr Bean, his films are just hilarious!
    Thanks for participating Debbie.

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  2. At first I though some idiot with a pink spray can had just painted over a Mr Bean mural (the idiots who decided to tag over the pink cloud seem to suggest that) but after a closer look at Mr Bean’s nose I am not so sure anymore.
    Here is my sixer of the day: https://debrisweb.wordpress.com/2020/01/16/marital-problems-eheprobleme/
    I have another photo of those four but since I overheard the conversation I decided to blog it somewhere else (in English and German): https://debrisweb.wordpress.com/2020/01/16/marital-problems-eheprobleme/

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        1. You are touching a sore point. I met my husband with a beard and I never knew his face with out one for 30 odd wonderful years. Then he had to go and develop high blood pressure and the meds he has to take make his skin very itchy and he cannot bear his beard. He is naked in the face and it took me quite a while to get used living with this stranger. And I still wish for the beard back!

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