Dude Chilling Park

Dude Chilling Park | Place | What started as a cheeky art project by Viktor Briestensky in the form of a fake sign placed in Guelph Park, Dude Chilling Park was briefly recognized by Google Maps, and is now officially a work of public art. Unsurprisingly, the NIMBY group RAMP (Ridiculous Asshats of Mount Pleasant) came out in opposition, outlandishly suggesting that the sign encouraged drug use, because…wait…what?

Usage: “Dude, Dude Chilling Park is chill.”explore-the-lexicon

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