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Thursday, 29 May 2014

A Public Convenience: a rant.

On a door in The Bridgewater Arms Public House in the village of Little Gaddesden, Hertfordshire, there is a sign which says:


Well, that's a relief.

But is there also an inaccessible toilet, that's what I want to know. 

I think I might take a rope and some crampons next time, just in case.

Word To Use Today: accessible. This word comes from the Old French accessus, an approach, and before that from the Latin cēdere, to go or yield.



  1. I wish you could have sounds with the comments, cos I'm laughing like a crazy fool here!
    Thank you!!

    1. Thank YOU, Jingles. It made me lauigh, too.
      I certainly wouldn't have changed that sign for a boring DISABLED one, if that's what they meant. On the other hand, perhaps the other loo IS half way up an oak tree guarded by psychotic ferrets...