Wednesday, 4 January 2012

ASDA competes with Tesco

Not to be out done, ASDA has excelled itself with the following price tickets. Both seen in ASDA, Frome.

And if this offer was not good enough....

Friday, 16 December 2011

Buy two and save NO MONEY!!!!!

Tesco once again proving that buying more than one of an item doesn't save you anything....

Thursday, 15 December 2011

Buy a large pack

What can I say?  Tesco once again prove that buying in bulk doesn't really save you money...

Sorry for the image quality...

Friday, 13 August 2010

Trust the Trust....

When things got quiet on the sign front, it took a visit to Snowshill Manor and some nifty bad signage from the National Trust to pick things up.

It's be lead lined has it? I could forgive this chalk sign if there was a space where the 'en' had been erased from 'been', but as there isn't....

Not suitable for wheelchairs? Who would have thought it!

Monday, 12 July 2010


I saw this in a lift in Bournemouth and tried very hard to picture myself doing it:
I am not sure how you can do this excessively, but clearly it is such a problem here that they need a sign to advise people not to do it.

However, it pales into insignificance with this sign in a Bournemouth car park:
Disabled Must Pay!!!!
How threatening is this? It is the largest text on the sign.
Maybe Bournemouth has decided to take revenge on all those disabled, excessive-door-holding people.

Monday, 31 May 2010

Mixed vegetables

...well, fruit, really.

Saw this in Tesco, Trowbridge:
Yes, folks, extra large pineapples cunningly disguised as melons. Not a pineapple-looking pineapple in sight! No wonder they were half price.

Saturday, 15 May 2010

Unsatisfactory Staff

So, we were wondering around New Arlesford and saw this sign on the public toilets:

What is it with Wincester City staff that the public are advised to call up to report that they have seen them in an unsatisfactory state?

On the subject of toilets.... we saw this while getting tyres replaced in Canterbury: many things are wrong with this? Both apostrophes, just to start with. Do they only have one customer? Or just one toilet and, if so, where is the noun at the end of the sentence?

*shakes head in exasperation*