It’s the Queens English, y’all.
(And yes: “There will always be a Britain. Always.”)
Ya gotta wonder if the sign maker has suffered from a deviated “Septerm,” or is flat out a deviant. Deviancy in it’s bad form explains so much about current affairs and the GQP, but in it’s more or less socially acceptable form has not only been a source of creativity but I’ve found it inspirational…
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Hey, it’s Oxfordshire…Copious amounts of ale were involved 🙂
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That reminds me of one of my favorite jass album by the German artist Volker Kriegel (andd the Mild Maniac Orchestra), titled Octember Variations.
Dr Suess had a book called ‘The Ninth of Octember’ when everything you want will happen….
‘Septermeber’ was a big disco hit for Hearth, Sinned and Flyer!
Of course, “Oxfordshire” is pronounced “OrShure” so it’s probably proper somehow. Of course, it may also be pronounced “ThroatWarbler Mangrove”, so who knows what the fuck they are doing over there.
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‘Orshure’, are you sure? It’s ox-fud-sheer. Can be shortened on mail to ‘Oxon’. Leicestershire (Leics) is pronounced Les-ter-sheer, and Worcestershire (Worcs) is Wus-stir-sheer. Those two are the hard ones!
Comes right before Octorlieber
The farmers market must be limited by pandemic. Looks like grocers are getting work wherever they can find it.
(hat tip Terry Pratchett)
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