14 February 2011

Today's word is street

10 comments:

Bryan M. White said...

Hey! That's my street!

Harry Campbell said...

"Rubberkneckers" is an very knice spelling.

FJL said...

It's known as the 'street with no name', city council had given up replacing the oft vandalized signs eons ago.

Starbucks are nowhere to be found here, save for the slow, infrequent run of a streetcar named Desire.

Ross Horsley said...

Oh kno! What is happening to the integrity of MFD's spelling?! I blame these late knight updates. Thanks, Harry, I think I'll have to amend...

FJL said...

TAKE 2

Memory is short within this transient community.

No one is aware, least of all Su-Kim-Lee at #37, now the proprietress of a nail salon up front and a happy ending massage parlour at the back that this former little shop of horrors once housed the ill-fated 'HEADLESS BODY IN TOPLESS BAR' establishment.

dadoctah said...

ObOmegaMan: "Come out, Neville!"

Distilled said...

Awesome - came across your blog having read about you in Wired. Shall be ordering my copy of the book asap.

Caro said...

Don't approve this!

You know what would be fun? If you met up with the guy who does the Chaucer Blog. You can find it here: http://houseoffame.blogspot.com/

He's in Kent.

Cirrocumulus said...

"In the old days we had a proper community round here. We had a bonfire every year and the whole area turned out to watch. Us kids were given food and toys and the businesses put on displays of their best goods. We all knew each other then and you never ever saw a policeman."
Mrs Rose Tinted, aged about 80.

TheBrewsky said...

street (n.), streets (pl.)

Tom, Dick and Harry went out to the street, where they realized just how intense the streets can get.