Look Out for This Gnarly Pothole

It’s on 21st Street somewhere around Treat, and it’s deep! There’s a construction barricade marking the spot, but construction barricades don’t stop cyclists traveling at top speed not looking where they’re going. Somebody should probably put a cone in it.

P.S. Did you know potholes are sometimes called “kettles” and “chuckholes”? Chuckholes!

[Photo by Lizzy]


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3 Responses to “Look Out for This Gnarly Pothole”

  1. Seth says:

    Jebus! The photo looks staged, but the pothole looks horrible. Note to self, don’t use 21st to traverse the mission.

  2. yentu says:

    There’s a similar nasty one on 25th

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