Bad Signs, Cont.

It’s the Queens English, y’all.

(And yes: “There will always be a Britain. Always.”)

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8 Responses to Bad Signs, Cont.

  1. Jimmy T says:

    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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  2. Hey, it’s OxfordshireCopious amounts of ale were involved 🙂

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  3. E.A. Blair says:

    That reminds me of one of my favorite jass album by the German artist Volker Kriegel (andd the Mild Maniac Orchestra), titled Octember Variations.

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    • J Roc says:

      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!

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  4. 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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    • J Roc says:

      ‘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!

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  5. Sirius Lunacy says:

    Comes right before Octorlieber


  6. MDavis says:

    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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