Bad Signs, Cont.

I hope it is an assortment.

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6 Responses to Bad Signs, Cont.

  1. skinnydennis says:

    So the popularity of spotted dick is no longer on the rise then.

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  2. ming says:

    Makes me think of the difference between heaven and hell:

    The cooks in heaven are French, the police are English, the mechanics are German, the lovers are Italian and everything is organized by the Swiss. Hell is where the cooks are English, the police are German, the mechanics are French, the lovers are Swiss and everything is organized by the Italians.

    So hell then…

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  3. So, tasteless, then.

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  4. purplehead says:

    What does Upper Class Twit taste like?

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  5. ozajh says:


    OK, this is actually an example of a sign that LOOKS stupid out of context.

    In the UK, ‘British sausage’ means ‘sausage’ in the US sense. They use the phrase ‘Continental sausage’ for things like Kransky, Salami, Cabanossi etc.

    The ‘flavoured’ means spiced, and giving the price and the price-per-kilo means we’re probably looking at a supermarket sign rather than a butcher’s sign. I would expect this to be in front of a bunch of 6-sausage packages, where each package has a more precise definition of what spices (and perhaps what meat type) the contents contain.


  6. spotthedog says:

    My guess is what makes them British is adding the letter “u” to “flavored”.

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