Set a spell, take your shoes off, ya'll come back now, ya hear?
It's all about the dialect. :)
The only thing which separates us from the United Kingdom is a common language.
It's not like Brits ever go to flower shops anyway. If we're that desperate we can just go to the petrol station.
Oh, that's a gas!Actually, neither do we. We just call 1-800-FLOWERS
No wonder they have such a bloody wanker
Looks like you may have caught the name of the shop!
Very funny. You could also do a piece on the different names for car parts. The British have interesting names for things. I didn't even know my car had a bonnet.
And my trunk is a boot. I think that's in relation to the bonnet which is for something on the top of a car (the hood) and the bottom of a car (a...boot?).Anyway, it works for me.Calling an elevator a 'lift' makes perfect sense, though.And...'wanker'? Probably better in mixed company than 'tugger.'Both the words and the deed.
What's better than flowers on your piano?
Two lips on your organ.BA DUM BUM
LOl I love this. I wonder if, in England, they call those flowers "moms"?
What's more, it makes me giggle when I drive by greenhouses and see ads for "Extra Large Mums."Those babes really should get to the gym.
The name of the flower shop.......is that slang for something? You know my vocabulary is limited.
It is slang. For something you don't (or shouldn't) do at church.Or pretty much anywhere else.
I caught the flower shop's name as well!!
Great! I intentionally put it like that with the flags just barely obscuring the letters.
This made me laugh Al, fortunately over here at least the mums aren't a popular flower!
That's because of all the confusion.
Oh, the things which make me giggle.....
Mums have big fat bums................
Until they divorce the worthless bastards.
Is that a Penwasser original?
It is. I have a couple. I'm not very good at art. For instance, I have a devil of a time drawing boobs on an Etch-A-Sketch.