my primary school (Petone Central) was across from Sacred Heart College, we would continuously make this joke.
This has been a post.
F it Should I now go in to why taking out the bottom of an E does not make it an F in typeface design terms (width of character, location of centre stroke)? Nah, maybe not.
‘Wait 2 mins for censor to Flush’ This is a bit creepy, at the Grey Street public toilet in Wellington. Apparently, once you put the seat down, Dr Andrew Jack from the Ofﬁce of Film and Literature Classiﬁcation comes after two minutes to ﬂush your toilet. I did not wait to ﬁnd out if that was the case.
It’s always nice to see name of streets in HK still being used under the British rule. #address #bestoftheday #buildings #street #queensway #admiralty #british #colony #central #destination #followme #hk #igers #instaphone #instamood #igdaily #instadaily #instagramhub #instacool #mecca #picoftheday #pixoftheday #photooftheday #pacificplace #shops #shopping #tourists #tweegram #textgram #webstagram
Remnants of the Empah And you know, I hope they keep those names. We can’t erase those years, and they’re a reminder of our multicultural world and the need to be accepting. Plus it makes kids curious about another language, allowing them to broaden their horizons, and that can’t be a bad thing.
The Fork in the Road Was Taken of the Day: Here’s a little story about municipal government at its finest:
A 6-foot-tall fork appeared at an intersection in Carlsbad, CA, on Tuesday. A city crew removed it Wednesday — apparently
the sculpture is a code violationthey can’t take a joke.
Then a resident erected a sign in its place that said “Why the fork not?” The city removed the sign, as well.
Locals, naturally, were pissed — so they began taping real forks to a nearby sign in protest.
Forked off Americans have a great sense of humour. Only their bureaucrats don’t.