The epic / bizarre / epically bizzare Auburn mural in Firehouse Subs

In terms of violence, style, and cartoonishly disquieting content, the mural on the wall of the Firehouse Subs on Magnolia Ave. rivals A Lively Fisting, The Trial of Chief Wamapo, or any other mural in Parks and Recreation’s Pioneer Hall. (Click to enlarge.)

Tiger Meat: If you're one of the people who think you're not allowed to say "epic", Firehouse Subs invites you for lunch.

It apparently commemorates a time (2010?) when Wildcats and Bengals were but slaves in the Loveliest Village, chained and forced to fetch the firewood that the Auburn Tigers used to barbecue their fellow SEC member mascots alive.

(If you’d like to unpack this piece of art from a rhetorical/critical perspective—is the eagle basting the bulldog or meta-painting the picture?— let us know.)

Photo via @JonSirico.

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