Remind yourself every day how weird and wondrous your city is with this wall art

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Remember that time when something weird happened in Metro Manila?

Which weird happening, you ask. Was it that time when some guy was caught on CCTV running away with a washing machine, in what turned out to be the most extreme game of Bring Me we’d ever seen?

Or was it that time the earth literally opened up in the middle of a central business district? Or was it that time when an ostrich got loose in a Quezon City suburb, died of stress, and then was turned into adobo the very next day?

For ten years now, Coconuts has devoted itself to reminding Filipinos that they live in a rather surreal version of reality, where things like this happen enough for us to come up with a Top 10 list like this on the regular.

Read: The Top 10 Coconuttiest Things to Happen in the History of Coconuts Manila

To mark the occasion, Coconuts has decided that we would like for you never to forget what kind of world we live in (it is the world depicted in Jumanji, obviously).

Just as you’re awake enough in the morning to mutter to yourself, What fresh hell…, this wall art will remind you exactly what kind of fresh hell you can expect from the day.

Alternatively, if you’re the type to bolt out of bed looking for the bright side of things, this banner will remind you that no matter how bad things turn out to be, it will likely not be escape-from-capture-only-to-die-of-stress-and-become-adobo kind of bad.

There are only 10 of these modern masterpieces — reminiscent of the works of Salvador Dali and Andy Warhol — available from our store. Act now, and we’ll sell you other things, including a Coconuts Weird and Wondrous bucket hat.

This article, Remind yourself every day how weird and wondrous your city is with this wall art, originally appeared on Coconuts, Asia's leading alternative media company.

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