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Sunday, May 28, 2006

The Insyde Outsyde Man

I pass by an antiques shop on my way to work everyday. As you can see by this guy's apron, it's called The Insyde Outsyde Shop. When my boys were younger and we'd pass by the shop they'd always point out that the words were misspelled. It bothered them that someone would intentionally misspell a word especially one as important as the name of a store.

5 Comments:

Blogger dutchie said...

Absolutely agree with your boys! I once went up to a bookstore coz they misspelled something in their window shop and when i drove by the week after they hadn't changed it. Never went there again!

6:10 AM  
Blogger Kris said...

your boys are very observant, good for them. Good photo,too !

6:35 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I imagine you know this already, the owner of this shop is Welsh and has a deep accent. The use of the Y is just a gentle joke on that theme.

It is a lovely shop for fans of vintage and antique furniture. Go in some time and check it out.

12:53 PM  
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Anonymous Anonymous said...

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5:54 PM  

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