pollution on a stick

pollution on a stick
n.
An unflattering synonym for billboards.
Example Citation:
"Although reviled by some as 'pollution on a stick', billboards have become one of the hottest advertising media."
— John Heinzl, "Billboards enjoy boom times," The Globe and Mail
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