Monday, 13 January 2014

mens and womens

Recently I went to see the film 'The Railway Man.' I was upset about the frightful treatment of the soldiers,  but enjoyed the film overall because of its message of hope for a peaceful world.  A friend who saw it with me said there was nothing in it that she hasn't seen in documentaries about the terrible conditions under which Allied soldiers slaved on The Thai-Burma Railway, but I think the gut-wrenching impact of the torture occurs because the viewer is so immersed in the main character's point of view.

Anyway, that's not what I'm blogging about here...

I can't resist showing these two photos of the male and female toilet signs at the picture theatre. Why pay all that money for such a posh, well-lit sign and not employ someone who knows about the apostrophe of possession?


Anonymous said...

Hi, I would like to use your image of a muddy dog (on your other site) for my client on Facebook/Twitter. Would that be ok? It's raining so much here in the UK I'm writing about how muddy dogs get. Could you email me if that's ok? Many thanks.

parlance said...

That's fine, Louise. I'd be grateful if you could put a reference to my blog when you use it. I presume it's the one from 16 October 2012? I'll email you.