Really boastful bus tbh


#1

chill out mate we’ve all achieved things


#2

checks watch


#3

This story sent me down a wikipedia/Great Fire of London internet hole yesterday.

In summary, the fire didn’t reach west of Fleet Street, and this restaurant is in the Strand, so I think that their claim rests on some very generous wording.


#4

In summary: I read this yesterday


#5

Yesterday @xylo


#6

restaurants being generous with claims to fame is borderline a staple of british culture


#7


#8

also if the Lem in Lemsip is for ‘lemon’ then blackcurrent lemsip should be Blacksip


#9

Don’t see many 17th Century buses around London these days, do you? This is why.


#10

It happened last Thursday!


#11

Lik dis if u rememba thees.


#12

The italian place next door to the bus crash restaurant does very decent aperitivo and small plates, very good value at happy hr.


#13

Actually it happened centuries ago


#14

it’s also hurtful to me that jordan_numbers, the ‘family guy’ of DiS comedy, did a checks watch post. :rage:


#15

I read somewhere that there was a brand of bus called the Dennis Dominator. That seems a bit boastful calling a bus the Dominator.


#16

I just proper laughed at this, had to read it four or five times before I realised it wasn’t the bus driver claiming his bus survived the great fire of London.


#17

I mean, if it’s such a precious bus, why would you drive it into a restaurant just to make a point?


#18

it’s brilliant eh. genuinely quite intrigued that whoever runs the SM for the paper didn’t notice this


#19

It’s bigger and bolder and rougher and tougher in other words sucker there is no other


#20

Something something bus that couldn’t slow down