Discussion in 'Exhibition Lounge' started by EightBitTony, Jul 20, 2019.
A comment on a currently fashionable addiction, although it is just a variation on an older one?
There has always been a profit to be supplying somebody else's 'needs'.
Or is the title a play on words because of the reflections in the window?
Many of us visit photographic shops to see secondhand kit: perhaps visitors to this shop go for the secondhand vapours.
Vaping does? Or possible misuse of the eco claim?
I'm fairly sure there is a code somewhere that regulates use of eco as a term. I thought it was in Defra http://www.ukcpi.org/_Assets/custom-docs/publications/pb13453-green-claims-guidance.pdf (which I ought to know by heart as I worked with them many months on the 2009 update). Or maybe it's the EU code, or ICC (which I was in the team revising around that time too). Memory is going.
I approve of this vapoury. If one is standing near me the worst they can do is cover me in harmless steam instead of making my clothes stink and sharing their carcinogens with me.
Seems to have caused these guys some anguish too... https://www.independent.co.uk/news/...ook-distributors-weed-marijuana-a9013666.html
If they were selling THC they would be a lot busier and if they were selling Cannabis oil there would be less people in pain and less people queuing for opiates in the pharmacy.
None of that.
Just the use of the word BROUGHT.
presumably it isn't steam, that would be non-visible and lethal, but water vapour - a perfect means of transferring whatever lung infection they are suffering from to whoever should breathe it in.
If it is in Nottingham someone will have learned them to say that....as in can you learn me how to ride a bike
You did notice that I took the shot with a long focus lens?
Yup, that one kills me too. But Brought vs Bought is something from my childhood, much further north than Nottingham. Really winds me up.
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