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Photos: Skywriting Fails from Valentine’s Day
Skywriting is one of those things that’s perhaps better in theory than practice, as these Valentine’s Day mishaps showed.These skywriting fails popped up on Instagram over Valentine’s Day, some of which were for Uber’s $500 skywriting service, as CurbedLA pointed out.
We hope your Valentine’s Day plans went better than they did for these people.
I love you, pee.
They don’t call it V-day for nuthin’.
We love to nappy.
This looks like someone’s dying breath.
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