Wednesday, December 21, 2011

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a highly saturated photo of a sign explaining an oddly named store in Elora

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13 comments:

VioletSky said...

a name like that probably would invite a lot of questions. I've never heard of that expression before, but I might start using it!

ewok1993 said...

interesting. happy holidays. enjoy.

Dianne said...

that's a great name
I like that the sign explains it all

toby said...

Wow, how thorough!
Great find!

Mark said...

Merry Christmas Lesley, interesting sign but I have never heard this expression in Britain!

Gemma Wiseman said...

Not often a sign explains the name of a shop! Incredible find!

Lesley said...

@Mark - I have googled it and the only things that come up are the race horse and the store! I have no idea where they got that information from.

Woody said...

I imagine having the sign explain saves them a lot of time! I never heard that expression, but it sounds perfectly British. My personal favorite is "Knock me up in the morning", which is the expression for requesting a wake-up call.

NixBlog said...

What a great sign! Not often you get a wonderfully annotated sign like that...
Mine's up!
Wishing everyone Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, a Wonderful Solstice or great break from the everyday during this festive season.

RedPat said...

They must have been asked that question a million times to have made up that sign!

Tina´s PicStory said...

normaly i don´t link memes to memes but in this case the sign makes the picture :) have a great weekend!

Clytie said...

"Plenty-Full" would be a good name for a store too ... well, maybe a restaurant? I like the sign that explains it all!

Merry Christmas, Lesley!

Chrissy Brand said...

Not heard that one in my 40 odd years of being a Brit but could be a cockney, east London phrase? Or maybe lost in translation as it headed west over the pond ;-)

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