Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Wednesday WIN

Some shops and restaurants with names that make you look twice and think of something completely unrelated to what they provide.

 A sandwich is called a butty in England.  I wonder why?

 Imagine a barber who specializes in trimming the hairs on someone's...

 Two shops, side by side, dealing in Butts. What a find!

Hot buns, anyone?

From Hermione's Heart


Anonymous said...


Great finds!


garyntboy said...

Not sure I'd try a buttyboy, sounds a bit tough. I see your namesake has a new film out, The perks of being a wallflower, looks good in her sparkly corset, you wouldn't happen to own one Hermione?

sixofthebest said...

Oliver Twist, in Charles Dickens novel would say "Butt Hermione, please can I have some more, of these hilarious photo's.

Hermione said...

Joey - Thank you:)

Garyntboy - Why yes, as a matter of fact I do.

Six - I'm so glad you like them.


ronnie said...

"Big Booty Bread Co." love it. Thanks for the smile Hermione.


sunnygirl said...

I love the Big Booty Bread Co. How fun is that. They are all pretty funny - definitely a win.

Red said...

fun finds
bottoms up

Julia said...

I can't believe the last one is really called that.

Emen said...

Great wins. Butt, Butt, Butt :)

Erica said...

I really am a proofreader. All that butt stuff, and I notice "Fabirics." [sic] :-)

Hermione said...

Ronnie - It's a fair warning.

Sunnygirl - I wish I could shop there.

Red - Lots of fun!

Julia - Neither can I, but it's real.

Emen - Thanks!

Erica - Yeah, I noticed that too. It should be posted again on a Friday FAIL.



Spankedhortic II said...

I'm afraid the boring truth behind the word butties is because you put "Butt"er on the bread. HMMMM! "muses" would butter make good soothing aftercare? :)


Dee said...

Haha! Definite wins Hermione. And yeah butties can be sandwiches or rolls :)
I'll never think of them in the same context again lol.

Dee x

Changing The Rules said...

Love it! Too funny.

Lea said...

Very funny pics!

Hermione said...

Prefectdt - If you used margarine instead, would they be margies?

Dee - I wonder if the term will ever become common over here.

CTR - Thank you.

Lea - I'm glad you enjoyed them.