Odd Stuff


#101

Was she too sheepish to attend the performance?
Did the crowds flock in?
Will ewe please think of the children?

Come on, you know the drill.


#102

Sometimes it does pay to read the reviews before clicking “buy”.


#103

And then it turns up in the ads on your browser…


#104

< smug git mode >
I don’t have ads in my browsers…
< /smug git mode >


#105

private


#106

… and major Blocking.


#107


#108

I’d suggest The Hide House, but it still wouldn’t be worth the drive to Acton.


#109

#110

“You are in The Village…”

(Don’t get me wrong, I think it’s a great idea to try out. It’s just, well, you’re in a village, maybe confused about where it is and how you got there, and some of the people are patients and some staff and they all dress alike? I’d be looking for Rover next.)


#111

Be seeing you…


#112

trek%20ng%20group%20applause


#113

Good idea. I’ve seen this at a much smaller scale, i.e. fake bus stops in front of nursing homes.


#114

#115

I’d suggest using a William Morris reference, and call it the Dung Market. I would hope that they would take the hint and try to do better.


#116

“You are number 6…”


#117

“Who is number one? Am I number one?”
“I’m number two.”
“Who is number one? Am I number one?”

Bad dementia/classic TV jokes aside, I do think this is a good idea.


#118


#119

7


#120

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