I think we can be cautiously optimistic that coronavirus lockdowns are a thing of the past, and we can look back with a laugh or possibly a cry to the time when the public went full on retard mode and fought over all our supplies of toilet paper. Needless to say, we love it when we see business owners roast the public in creative way. Like this amusement arcade owner who filled their grabbing machines with toilet paper.
The story behind this is as hilarious and heart-warming as is the name. The 42 year old Jel Singh Nagra from Stockton-onTees. Bought the shop when it was called Singhsbury’s. Due to legal action from Sainsbury’s, he was forced to change it.
If you’re British, and maybe even if you’re not, a punny name for a shop or a product is guaranteed to tickle you. Our favourite one today is the infamous Sellfridges – an unremarkable looking retailer of fridges and washing machines as the frontage suggests, in an unremarkable corner of North London.