It’s too funny, watching them carry on. Make no mistake, I love the Brits – some of them. Some of them I can’t stand. But for the most part I just like watching them. I like watching a lot of people, truth be told. Obviously watching norms is far more entertaining than watching non-norms. I find norms just more adorable in their ways. You want to hug them and shoot them in the face at the same time. I just love that inner tension I feel when I watch them. It’s the “tension of opposites,” AKA the X-FACTOR!!
Like this, for example. A sign spotted in the UK somewhere. A local pub, embracing the 2010 Football World Cup! Using words like “ja” in the middle of nowhere. ‘cos that’s what it’s like here – everyone just says ja the whole time!
[source : lauren's friend's facebook profile]
Umm, can we chat about spelling Yebo, with a “J?” – excellent!
And by “excellent” I mean “emboerrissing!”
Surely their South African advisory panel (ie. the waiters and/or their friends) should have spotted that one?
Can someone call the number on that board and ask to speak to “Laura” and ask her how she managed to balls it up.
* Oh, I got my tickets, by the way. That’s right, FIFA confirmed today! I got tickets for the Cape Town game on the 11th of June – France vs. Uruguay. Hating that!
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