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I love it. Having a British husband and having lived in the UK for an extended period, I do enjoy the straightforward British way of dealing with difficulties: such as Mind the Gap and Look Left or Look Right. Or this example.Great.
Hi, Beppie! I have a Mind the Gap t-shirt - LOL. And how about "way out" instead of "Exit." London is a blast!Thanks for posting!Vicky
Too funny, Vicky! When I visited there two years ago, I was quite thankful for Look Right and Mind the Gap signs. LOL.Thanks for sharing.
Tracey, I know what you mean - thank goodness for those Look Right signs! The weirdest part is getting used to the driver on the right side of the car. Sometimes my Brit colleagues have driven us and I always have this moment of shock when then get in on *the wrong side* of the vehicle. :-)
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