Submitted by: dunno source via Oddly Specific
With a name like that, I can see how things could get ugly fast.
That /has/ to be in the UK.
Oh I don’t know about that. The language is certainly british but in our nanny state I can’t see a place that advertises like that staying open. Mores the shame.
no Weymouth the storys ive heard and seen first hand
I don’t see why it HAS to be in the UK. Shitfaced is used in the US and other places as well.
I don’t mean to be a spoilsport, but I believe I’ve seen this one before around here…
.. ah, still funny though. 😉
Out of curiosity, where’s here?
It was on failblog, maybe about 8 months ago.
Jup. Failblog. Practically the same as oddlyspecific. 😛 So that’s where’s here.
Echoing Truth: WhiteLy, “where’s here?”
I find this sign hilarious! And, in my experience, should be instituted more often *snerk*.
Goddamn you, the word is “foresee”
Is that a British / Aussie expression? Maybe I’ve been in Japan too long.
It could be a foreigners’ bar in Japan. The local culture is pretty chilled out about drunkenness. It’s not technically illegal to serve someone who is drunk like in most of the U.S., and it’s not illegal to have a drink in your hand in a park or when walking, like in most of the U.S.
And then the group changed their name to the ‘Happy Mondays’, and the rest is history.
Pretty sure this is outside a pub in Ridgmont, Bedfordshire [the name escapes me], other signs have included things like ‘don’t eat here, the chef is filthy’ etc.
Either this is a double post on this site, or I have seen it somewhere else. Awesome sign nonetheless.
lol, just realized that I posted almost exactly the same thing as WhiteLy, just worded differently. I’m sure it probably was failblog where i saw it. Chzburger network ftw!
So THAT’S why “Drink Like a Fish Tuesdays” suddenly got so popular. I get it now.
Actually, it is from a pub at York University in Toronto. Canadians drink too, you know!
Somehow the synonym “Ten-Cent Beer Night” comes to mind.
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