This advert on the end of a bus shelter caught my eye as I was hurrying to a meeting earlier. It made me laugh out loud, which was slightly embarrassing, but not so much that I wasn’t willing to stop on my way back after my meeting to take a photo.
The lesson? If you’re going to put an advertisement at street level within easy reach of passers by for a product that is widely acknowledged (in the UK at least) as being priced unreasonably highly, it’s probably best not to leave so much space that positively cries out to be filled with additional messages!
Day 100 #100happydays: Capture. Write. Publish.
I can't leave it at 59,586 words, can I?!
An update on Aubrey and Daddy - a Hi success story perhaps?
Day 94 #100happydays: Men at work
Day 93 #100happydays: Final week
I will miss the elegance of this place
Day 92 #100happydays: Shiny
Day 89 #100happydays: Fast cars
Day 88 #100happydays: Brambling