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Thursday, 19 May 2005
Found in Ashby

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I found the following list in Ashby-de-la-Zouch today. If I can read it correctly, it says:

  • cobs
  • coffee crEm
  • KEnco NormAl
  • BuBBle BAth
  • JAcKEt potatoEs
  • LAZ
  • MilK (cream)

The spelling and capitalisation is interesting. A cob is some kind of bread, while kenco is a brand of coffee. I wonder what LAZ is.

According to Londonist the British Museum yesterday found:

A 10in by 6in ‘rock painting, entitled Early Man Goes to Market and depicting a man pushing a supermarket trolley.

Love him or hate him? I love him

Posted by bigblue on 19/05/2005 at 09:12 PM
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Someone at work suggested to me that the list was compiled by a woman and that LAZ must refer to feminine hygiene product/s.

I asked her what it stands for and she said she didn’t know because each woman has her own codes for these things.

It’s amazing the things one learns.

Posted by bigblue  on  20/05/2005  at  10:57 PM

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