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All good landmarks deserve a good nickname.
We asked our readers what they thought locals should call the new white steel arch sculpture to be erected on George Street – and received a range of responses.
We’ve collected our 10 favourites in a poll below, where you can add your vote.
A homage to String Theory @PigsFlyBackward, Twitter
The Princess Beatrice [email protected], Twitter
The Dental Floss @Steph_Coombes, Twitter
Arc De Triomphe of Australia Helen Heap, Facebook
The Kraken @therawbucket, Twitter
The Sydney [email protected], Twitter
Mr Stay Puft (the marshmallow man from Ghostbusters) Rowena Faenza, Facebook
The Ribbon or The Cookie [email protected]_tigertale, Twitter
The Bog [email protected]
Air Ribbon Michelle H, smh南京夜网.au
The Big Floss David, smh南京夜网.au
The Monorail RebornOliver Townshend, Facebook
The Mae West @clarkey1963, Instagram
Jelly Baby @DonnaSBJ, Twitter
Clasped Love WPG, smh南京夜网.au
The Wisp @alkemmi, Twitter
The Cloud Michael Gormly, Facebook
The [email protected]_nissen on Instagram, who said: ‘I think it’s lovely – but it’ll never make it as a true Sydney landmark unless it can be christened with a terrible name (The Coathanger, Poo on Sticks…).’
The Tall Poppy Chris Clark on Facebook: ‘Because Aussies love to tear it down.’
And on Twitter, there were many votes for @tfswebb’s early nomination for Space Noodle, our own version of Seattle’s Space Needle.
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