The Hösen few
I studied this. Was just about to comment that I couldn't work out what the actual sign was supposed to be. But then I got it. Phew. I would have compromised my good name.
"Can only be used on the patio."Hope work improves, and you feel up to a holiday report.
So I'm beginning to think i don't understand English anymore when i come here. it's getting more and more difficult to work out. and since I don't have a good name I can happily admit I have no idea....xx
Good work, Signs - and hello. I've not been a very talkative blogger lately, though I've been over and lurked. Lovely to see you and hope all's well.Zhoen, thank you, and see above. I haven't felt like writing much for a little while, as I'm sure is quite obvious. But I think at some point I'll sit down and focus and communicate a little more. As regards work, the problem in this case isn't work itself, but funding (or sudden lack of it) which has left many people uncertain and bitter. I don't want to post about that due to said uncertainty.FB, sorry to be so obfuscatory! I don't know whether you'll be worried or reassured that it all makes perfect sense to me :) Anyway, what I read as "patio" (perhaps due to the box being crumpled or something) was "radio."
Good thing you clarified, Trews, I thought it was fine with patio and had no idea... I imagined a wee boy with a remote control & a toy helicopter on the patio. V tired...
My initial thought, nmj, was that it was some kind of air conditioning unit for patios.
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