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Viled Home apparently. Vile – disgusting, gross (for any non-native readers). Told off for taking the photo… http://t.co/qzHr3oS4
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Who knew there was a store to make my home vile. I thought all I had to do was not tend to the cat’s box for a few days and now someone is selling it hehe
lmao. There was also just a plain Viled store upstairs. I didn’t risk another photo though (we hadn’t bought what we needed yet, so didn’t want to get thrown out empty-handed).
Lol, were you really told off for taking it? The dude in the photo certainly looks a little on the grumpy side. He should be pleased – this post made me google the shop’s website for a nose – actually it was more becuase I wanted to know what the emblem on the “V” was as it isn’t very clear from the photo – a slightly mishappen Pegasus.
Yes, a lot of shops, shopping centres and restaurants enforce their no photography rule. The funniest is Izbushka, a sort of work cafeteria/greasy spoon style affair, where you get told to stop taking photos immediately. The reason once given was that their decor is well liked by their customers, and we might be competitors looking to copy them. 1) If I wanted to take a photo of the location, rather than the friends I was with, I would do it subtly. 2) It would not be difficult to copy their dacha style decor, and they have been around a long time, so anyone who wanted to copy them probably would have done it by now.
I’m not actually sure that was the same man. People here just tend to have a grumpy style street face, smiles reserved for friends and family.
You should hopefully get a pleasant surprise when you visit Aus then. My bro’s main finding was that everyone seems genuinely cheerful and it is the norm for strangers to smile in the street and say hello 🙂
🙂 x ?
lol. That is an infinity symbol when displayed with some fonts.
Ah, I thought you were just confused about how you were feeling 🙂
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