Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Je ne comprends pas!



Firstly 'un certain jour lorsque c'etait fini' seems way too much wordage for 'please mind your step' :) and secondly why am I looking at the the most incredibly mouth watering food pics when I'm famished and that 5kgs is hanging around? Check out the review of La Veen by 'Cafe Couture'.. in a heritage listed building on the corner of King and Wellington you couldn't get a choicer spot, especially when the link between the city and Northbridge opens up oh la.. prime! In a rush as always I clicked these two shots and ziiip.. gone, but in the words of you know who "I'll be back" :) Hope your week has started well, take care...


26 comments:

  1. Makes you wonder if someone's been stumbling into those stone bases whilst texting.

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    1. Good one, William! I hadn't thought about people texting. Almost surely! :-)

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  2. I think William may have something there!! Fun shots to start my week!! And I hope your week is off to a great start, too!! Enjoy!!

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  3. Keep going, Grace, keep going... haha..

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  4. The only thing I can see that could be a trip hazard is 'that sign' :). All good fun!

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  5. That sign must be for the people who are following the scent of good food and coffee and not paying attention to where their feet are. Now that I think about it, that could be me given the number of stumbles I've endured lately.

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  6. I love the sun on warm brick. Bonjour Madame Merci

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  7. Good catch, Grace! Must have been a few tumbles there!

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  8. Here the sign would just say, "Slippery" and have a universal symbol of a person falling down. Interesting sign.

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  9. Heavens Grace - only 5?? I can't wait to get to only 5! ;) x

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  10. Hope you didn't trip over the sign.

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  11. William is right, Grace. We've had all kinds of weird accidents covered on our local news, the result of texting while walking!

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  12. I wouldn't even need to be texting - I could easily trip on that rubber mat . . . . .!!! Joy x

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  13. Like they would see the sign if texting.

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  14. Proud of myself. I stumbled by the ice cream shop and kept on going.

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  15. Interesting observation by William. I can see myself tripping over the threshold.

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  16. You could read alot into those messages.

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  17. Lovely perspective in the 2nd pic

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  18. Je ne comprend rien, or so it seems much of the time.

    "Please mind" is so English. "Mind the gap" in the London Underground. I'm not sure the average person in the US would understand it.

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  19. I just have to go with Karl, Grace, non? :-) Love the sunny pics. 15 C, cloudy over here in Munich.

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  20. Now that's a funny one Grace.

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  21. English say that French is a difficult language

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  22. I'd say it's good advice no matter what the situation.

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  23. My comment to only pictures.
    First shot is simple and funny.
    I love it.
    Thanks to post.

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  24. I wonder if people who aren't watching where they are stepping are looking at signs anyway. Just sayin'. ;)

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  25. When I first visited London years ago, I giggled at the warning signs, such as "Mind Your Head!" but those and other similar signs certainly are helpful!!

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