Followers of Jackson Mayor Tony Yarber's social media accounts are no doubt familiar with his signature doodles and inspirational messages (and, oh, the subtweets!), scrawled onto disposable serviettes.
Reads one mouth-wiping device, posted about a week ago:
If You Love -Right- Eventually, it will hurt
Just Ask Jesus #Love #Longsuffer #Bye2014
Well, now someone apparently with downtown ties is taking aim at Jackson's resident napkiphile with an anonymous campaign and Twitter account called Jackson Napkin.
"You know what doesn't fix a pothole? A napkin," the inaugural photo tweet, on Jan. 6, says.
The following day, Jan. 7, a series of Capitol Street-themed napkins seemed to criticize the pace of the ongoing two-waying project.
"Wow, it sure is taking a long time," says the thought bubble of one of the stick-figure drawings.
The Capitol Street project is scheduled to be complete at the end of February. It is unclear if that timetable will be met or who's responsible for the campaign.
A #napkin seeking comment from the city's Department of Absorbency was not immediately Instagrammed.