Sunday, December 23, 2007

it's all pink


Laura saw this one in Ealing, London. I suppose, techincally, white wine is kind of beige and red wine is kind of purple, so maybe the sign maker was a color purist...

5 comments:

Jeff said...

Either that or wine that cheap can't really be classified the same way. "yeah, it's kinda like red wine..."

mitchell said...

Do you think "in these premises" (on the other sign) is idiomatic, or possibly also an error? In the U.S. it's usually "on these premises."

Jeff said...

^
I didn't notice that, but I think it's a mistake. I'm not sure you even can be "in" premises.

Andi said...

so it's "red" and "white" wine 2 for $5? Yeah, I think the quotation marks are absolutely necessary here! :P

Eric said...

Actually, andi, it is 2 for £5, meaning 2 for US $9.89.