One of things that really fascinates me whenever I visit any country are the names of their stores, shops or signs. Especially the translations if its in a foreign language. Here are some of the funny/weird/unusual/cute and even inspirational names I came across in various cities of England.
This plaque was in Central London.
This is an Ice Cream and fruit drink store so whats with the bubbles ??
I wonder how lazy could Daisy be, if she actually opened her own store ??
Oh my !!! what a lovely stone sign with an image of a cobweb but why would ANYONE keep a name after Cobwebs ???
I love the name ~ I love the font used ~ I love the beautiful and colorful display and whats most important is that its a charity store !
love the name “singing kettle” ~ sounds like the kettle from Beauty and the beast !
This, I have no idea of ! whats the connection between car and kitchen ?? But I think, its a charity store.
Ooops ~ army lost its Rrrrrrr !
A REAL MAD HATTERS PARTY !!!! Can you believe that ? And just see how beautifully and creatively the notice board and the chair are decorated !
Oh yeah, my husband and my dad, would agree to that ! Old Guys do rule !
Isn’t that just so cute !! Melting Pot ! A little something of everything !
Cottle’s cards !
I mean, who in their rightful mind gets donkeys and pigs to compete ???? I guess they do !
This store had such a creative display of beautiful items ~ and the name suited it perfectly ~ seabreeze.
That’s my son infront of Saxons which is a real estate company in Burnham on sea.
I’m just over the moon, watching all these gorgeous plaques !
And now, what drives a person to keep a hundred monkeys ?? or is that what becomes of them after they leave the bar ??
Lovely earthlings ~ isn’t it /..
Enlightened and PINK !!
” Why LOOSE ??? ” is the question
lovely display !
and these two chefs are actually putting back the soul in the bread !
what a cute name for a store that packs luncheons ! Lunch Box ! Simple and straightforward.
No, they don’t wash tigers here ~ but they do give them a tiger bath or should I say, lick !!
There is an over-use of that word for cats ~ PAM pURRED !
This was the ultimately funny sign. We visited this tiny fishermens’ village on one of the main sea coast areas of Hastings and found a large sign saying “We don’t sell drugs ” !! Perhaps the residents were highly fed up of people harassing them for drugs.