Kilroy Was Here...

It surprises me, how little people know of this Kilroy, my father told me about him when I was young and I leave it on jobs sites I travel to<<<I've never heard of this😂

Please help me bring Kilroy, a grafitti character from WWII, back! Please re-pin, and post anywhere you can figure out how to! thanks!!!

You never knew where you were going to see this! Everyone could draw Kilroy!

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Rock Painting Idea - Kilroy Was Here - Washington DC WWII Memorial - Kilroy was here - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia, Kilroy was here is an American popular culture...

“ urulokid: “ ultrafacts: “ Kilroy was here is an American popular culture expression that became popular during World War II; it is typically seen in graffiti. Its origins are debated, but.

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Did You Know "Kilroy was Here" Can Be Found On National WWII Memorial In Washington? -

A little comic relief really does work to calm the nerves and reduce tension. A welcome and a nod can make a new and frightening place seem for just one se

Kilroy Was Here two piece collectors patch. Helmet is a Team Wendy Exfil Carbon and the plate carrier is a Tactical Tailor Fight Light #Kilroy #Kilroywashere

The Kilroy Patch is world's first interlocking morale patch and can be displayed or worn independently of the "Kilroy Was Here" portion.

Kilroy Was Here: How a Graffiti Cartoon Bolstered the Troops of WWII

The doodles, etchings, and paintings left by soldiers during wartime are a distinct subgenre of graffiti. The most well known example is “Kilroy was here,”.

Cherries - A Vietnam War Novel Story of “Kilroy was here” pdoggbiker

Kilroy was Here Vintage Metal Sign- Kilroy was Here Vintage Metal Sign Kilroy was Here Vintage Metal Sign This Kilroy was Here vintage metal sign measures 14 inches by 8 inches and weighs in at 1 lb(s). This vintage metal sign is hand made in the USA

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America: What? He’s cute. 'Kilroy was here' along with a doodle of a big nosed man peaking over a wall  is what American WW2 GIs would graffiti on buildings to let there presence be know. The English had there own graffiti who was dubbed Mr. Chad. ( I don't know what he looks like)

Kilroy was basically the first meme ever. Soldiers would put it all over the place during Kilroy was a long-nosed man peering over a wall, always captioned "Kilroy was here". mum taught me how to draw him.

Chad was everywhere when I was a kid. Would be nice to have a Chad "Wot No" revival !