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Wednesday, March 21, 2007

Meals on wheels

Lady Bracknell's Editor has just rediscovered this photograph, which has been in her collection for some years.

As far as she can recall, it came into her possession as part of an email purporting to contain a number of amusing road signs from Malaysia.


Blogger BloggingMone said...

In Germany young men have to either serve the army for a year and a half or - if they refuse using weapons - have to do some "civil service" as we call it. My brother has choosen the latter and was given a job at a meals on wheels service.
Believe it or not, but he had exactly the same road sign printed on a T-shirt, saying "Essen auf Rädern" (Meals on Wheels). When visiting less humurous clients he had to cover his shirt with a sweater.

9:48 am  
Blogger Lady Bracknell said...

Lady Bracknell must confess that she is beginning to feel a distinct kinship for Mone....

9:52 am  
Blogger Charlesdawson said...

We could do with a similar form of service in this country - provided it applied to both sexes wqually, mind you.

3:44 pm  

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