Shop names / puns that don't work (rolling)

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#261

Given the current state of the country, I think a taxi is pretty kind


#262

That’s not an English flag! How fucking dare they? Fucking St George, geezer.


#263

You’re probably right, however it hasn’t worked in my mind for at least a couple of years…


#264


#265

that’s excellent


#266

Horribly dated pop culture reference: :white_check_mark:

Apostrophe abuse : :white_check_mark:

Generally doesn’t work: :white_check_mark:

This has it all.


#267

I hope they have relevant pun-based dish names.

Doner-be
Spice up your knife
2 become (well d)one


#268

Mostly confused by the use of the Pizza Hut logo for a Launderette here. But there are other questions that need answering.


#269

Maybe they launder hats?

Maybe they make hats, as well as providing laundry, hairdressing, beautician, barber and nail technician services?


#270

Though it was an ennui pun or something at first.


#271

Ah, the temp sign on the right is for the separate empty unit next door.


#272

Drove past yesterday and it’s now simply called ‘Jamming’.

Maybe they got fed up of folk calling it Jam-eng.


#273

Not really a pun, but probably my favourite worst/most confusing shop-name.

10669235

Used to be in Ealing. Not sure if it’s still there.


#274

Not a pun, just a really unfortunate sign-and-lamppost combo I saw this evening


#275

Not strictly legit for the premise of this thread, but gives mea chuckle when I walk past it.


#276

Saw a lorry on the motorway the other day, company name was ReadyMick’s.

Properly disappointed it was a curtainsided trailer and not a cement mixer.


#277

I saw a van this weekend saying “J. Walker”. I initially assumed it was a pun, but I think it was just the tradesman’s name.


#278

Hair ‘n’ Hounds… Not a bad name for a dog grooming salon, but that logo is a bit of a horror show.