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I was just wondering if anybody else ever pays attention to all the graffiti on the walls in this game. Some of it is pretty easy to read, like "In Gun we trust" and "Turtles all the way down" and "They got me." One of my favorites, though, is a little harder to make out, but it says "Neither heaven nor hell can claim your soul from PANDORA." I have a feeling that's a reference to something else, so if it sounds familiar to anybody, I'd like to know what it's from.
And, of course, if you look hard at the walls of Tannis's cell, there's an entire mathmatical theorem about the cyclical nature of time and something about squashed bugs and the Crimson Lance.
But most of the graffiti in the game is a lot harder to read, so I was just wondering if anybody else had anything to add (maybe those of you who play the PS3 version, since it probably has better graphics than my Xbox version?) 184.108.40.206 05:26, February 25, 2010 (UTC)
3 of the 5 graffiti marks you have to erase during the "stain removal" quest in knoxx's armoury dlc.. are funny. "moxxie does it with a jakobs", "moxxi likes it skaggie style" and "moxxi takes it in all holes" (the last one isnt word for word but is pretty similar.
"Moxxi has one in every chamber" or something more like that. -- anon8792
Personally I think the graffiti in Tannis's cell is talking about how the player will restart the game after opening the vault, almost the same idea as Marcus in the start of the game, "I'm sure we'll be doing this all again very soon." 220.127.116.11 17:50, March 29, 2010 (UTC)
Personally, one of my favorites would be the "Safety Fist" signs, though they aren't technically pure graffiti (a sign reading "Safety First" with the "r" scratched out, and a decal of a fist painted upon it). Those are surprisingly common, seemingly appearing in bandit-infested areas even more often than the "turtles all the way down" graffiti. Maybe we should start up an article dedicated to the various bits of humor scattered throughout Pandora? 18.104.22.168 18:24, February 16, 2011 (UTC)
Already taken care of. See Borderlands pop culture references 19:23, February 16, 2011 (UTC)