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Catchy names for shops......

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Wacky Racer

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26,078 posts

159 months

Wednesday 7th January 2004
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Anybody know any clever names for shops??

For example round the corner from me is a hairdressers called "Curl up and dye".........

And the local takeaway is called "Lung foo"

bigtone

1,211 posts

196 months

Wednesday 7th January 2004
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There's a charity shop in Boscombe called Floggit & Leggit

Podie

43,684 posts

187 months

Wednesday 7th January 2004
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Chinese over here... "Wok u like"

tonto

2,983 posts

160 months

Wednesday 7th January 2004
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Take away in Edinburgh called 'Gobble n Go'. Restarant in Hong Kong (think it was in Wanchai district) call Fuk Yu !

Wacky Racer

Original Poster:

26,078 posts

159 months

Wednesday 7th January 2004
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bigtone said:
There's a charity shop in Boscombe called Floggit & Leggit



Hmmm, In Southbourne next to Boscombe there used to be a big secondhand shop called "Steptoe and son", is it still there? (Near the train station)
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nobbybombshell

1,350 posts

159 months

Wednesday 7th January 2004
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Abrakebabra.

CarZee

13,382 posts

179 months

Wednesday 7th January 2004
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Think there's a birds' clothes shop in Manchester called 'Coppernob'. Always tickled me ...

fallon

1,354 posts

178 months

Wednesday 7th January 2004
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Not so much a shop, but there's a concrete/cement mixing company called "Jim'll Mix It" round these parts (North Kent/SE London)

Lemmonie

6,259 posts

167 months

Wednesday 7th January 2004
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In brighton

Waikikamoocow


Not sure if its spelt right but its a vegi diner!

roop

5,997 posts

196 months

Wednesday 7th January 2004
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There used to be Bake'n'Take where I lived in Clifton, Bristol, commonly referred to as Fetch'n'Wretch. Up until a few months ago we had Curry in a Hurry in Preston.

mrflibbles

6,755 posts

195 months

Wednesday 7th January 2004
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There is a hairdresser in Scunthorpe called "The Public Hair salon".

Of course some wag has stolen the 'l'.

rob1973

7 posts

157 months

Wednesday 7th January 2004
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Think its in High Wycombe, garden clearing firm called Carter, Whey and Tippet!!!

Marcos Maniac

3,148 posts

173 months

Wednesday 7th January 2004
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There used to be a couple of leather jacket shops in Brighton called 'Soixante neuf' (sp) and 'four Skin' both were owned by same person. I'm not sure if they are still there now.

chim_knee

12,608 posts

169 months

Wednesday 7th January 2004
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Podie said:
Chinese over here... "Wok u like"


You in the East Herts area Podie?

Podie

43,684 posts

187 months

Wednesday 7th January 2004
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mrflibbles said:
There is a hairdresser in Scunthorpe called "The Public Hair salon".

Of course some wag has stolen the 'l'.



I'll put it back when I grow up from nob gag humour... ... but it's on a "to let" sign at the moment...

>> Edited by Podie on Wednesday 7th January 16:15

Marcos Maniac

3,148 posts

173 months

Wednesday 7th January 2004
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Lemmonie said:
In brighton

Waikikamoocow


Not sure if its spelt right but its a vegi diner!



waikikamookau

in Kensinton Gardens, Brighton

chim_girl

6,260 posts

171 months

Wednesday 7th January 2004
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Podie said:

mrflibbles said:
There is a hairdresser in Scunthorpe called "The Public Hair salon".

Of course some wag has stolen the 'l'.




I'll put it back when I grow up from nob gag humour... ... but it's on a "to let" sign at the moment...



mrmaggit

10,132 posts

160 months

Wednesday 7th January 2004
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There used to be a firm of solicitors in Dartmouth called "Letcher & Scorer".

Marcos Maniac

3,148 posts

173 months

Wednesday 7th January 2004
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Local bakers is called - Gluttons

Marcos Maniac

3,148 posts

173 months

Wednesday 7th January 2004
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Marcos Maniac said:


There used to be a couple of leather jacket shops in Brighton called 'Soixante neuf' (sp) and 'four Skin' both were owned by same person. I'm not sure if they are still there now.


Just remembered the name of the third shop

'Hardix'