A Question of Taste

When I lived in a picturesque English village in Sussex, a private children’s nursery erected a sign outside the old barn that they had tastefully converted for their premises.  The sign was a juggling clown and, although quite large, it was very attractive and the nursery was situated on the road leading out of the village and not in a particularly residential part of the village.  However, a lot of the inhabitants were up in arms about the sign and the nursery was forced to take it down.

Lucky they don’t live in France.

and if you miss this very attractive sign advertising a local dental technician on the way into the village, you can always catch it again on the way out.

It doesn’t detract does it?

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  1. #1 by Patty Best on March 3, 2011 - 22:12

    pfffff I’m relieved….when I will be visiting your neck of the woods coming September, and I happen to have a toothache (oh my, I hope not!!) , at least I will know where to go…

  2. #2 by Tialys on March 3, 2011 - 22:47

    Ha! Only if you can take them out, leave them and pick them up again later Patty!!

  3. #3 by UniqueNique on March 5, 2011 - 02:49

    Gross false teeth on a sign – who does that?

  4. #4 by Anna on March 5, 2011 - 12:04

    Haha, always make me laugh, too, when I drive by it. Kind of puts you off, doesn’t it. But then, it is nice and clear 🙂

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