Polish semiotics 1: the unironic corner of irony, and other juxtapositions

Found in Nowa Huta, the easternmost district of Kraków. Built in the 1950s as a Stalinist utopia to house the workers at the new steel mill, it also became one of the centres of resistance to the communist regime. Which might explain the otherwise inexplicable:


Other conjunctions make more sense.



But to be honest, I can make no sense of this at all.


I think it means find love at the-queuing-for-inadequate-bathroom-facilities-hotspot.

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