'Unusual' graffiti scrawled on university toilet wall

GRAFFITI has been scrawled on a toilet at USQ's Toowoomba campus, and it's not what you'd expect.

Instead of the usual profanities, the graffiti artist left an inspirational message and a sketch of a small flower.

Stewart Riddle noticed the graffiti and posted a photo on Twitter.

"Toilet graffiti at USQ Toowoomba - not what you usually read on toilet wall..." he said.

Inspirational graffiti in a USQ Toowoomba campus toilet. Photo Stewart Ridde / Twitter
Inspirational graffiti in a USQ Toowoomba campus toilet. Photo Stewart Ridde / Twitter

The message read: "We're all doing BIG things, just taking different sized steps."

"Admittedly, it was in the library, which is frequented by those more inclined to book learning," Mr Riddle added.

Another Twitter user recycled on old joke about universities, writing: "When I was at ANU (Australian National University), an arrow was scribbled on the loo wall pointing to the toilet paper. Written underneath was "Arts degree, please take one."


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