WHAT’S ITS NAME ? MUTLEY PLAIN

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First things first. Welcome back Russ. A nation of pub bloggers breathes a sigh of relief.

You should get a blog post out of this” said Sis, as we left Mutley Spoons by the back door.

One? I’ll get three out of this” I joked. At least.

The blog title jumped up at me, followed by the street art pummelling me from all directions.

Apostrophe distaster
Video game art
JK Rowling fan
Mediterranean style door
Rejected Kylie Minogue song title
White gorilla shop

We’d had an hour, but paid for two. Actually it was free, but you know what I mean.

And then we saw it.

No, not the Art Deco.

This…

Hyde Park, where have you been all my life…

tbc.

 

9 thoughts on “WHAT’S ITS NAME ? MUTLEY PLAIN

  1. “Welcome back Russ. A nation of pub bloggers breathes a sigh of relief.”

    Blimey. That almost made me leave again out of sheer embarrassment. 😉

    ““One? I’ll get three out of this” I joked. At least.”

    Is that BBM’s 3 bedroom terrace in the photo above?

    “Apostrophe distaster”

    Almost makes me want to go back into hiding.

    “Video game art”

    Or cave drawings from thousands of years ago.

    “JK Rowling fan”

    (slow golf clap)

    “Mediterranean style door”

    Behind which lies… BBM’s Mediterranean lady boys?

    “Rejected Kylie Minogue song title”

    Looks more like a work in progress.

    “White gorilla shop”

    Isn’t that Guy the gorilla from the London Zoo?

    “Hyde Park, where have you been all my life…”

    And is the jury still out on the use of s’s? (i.e. BANKS’S)

    Cheers

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