Someone cared!

London is one of those cities where you can wear anything and no one will even spare you a glance unless they are people watching. It is very liberating in that sense at least for me.

I do not own T-Shirts with words in them except for a few of them which I got just on a whim or when I felt a little cheeky. I don’t wear them often that is why they look new even after a couple of years 😉

The last thing I expected while walking down deep in conversation with Mr M past a bus shelter was for someone to take my arm and stop me. I was thrown in for a loop for a second and when I turned around I saw this lady sitting in the bus shelter looking at me and smiling. She winked at me and said ‘I love your T-Shirt’. I was like ‘what!?’ and then realized what T-Shirt I had worn and gave a laugh and thanked and threw a wink her way. Mr M rolled his eyes at this weird interaction. It took a while for us to recollect the discussion we were having before the incident.

Here is what my T-Shirt looks like, in case someone else cares 😉

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Say it in Bold

While I was in Scotland in 2013, I saw posters everywhere promoting Independent Scotland. Wait… Let me in fact, try and get you that photograph I took…

Here we go…

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And this time while I was in Cork, I saw this one

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My friend who is from Cork was explaining me about this. Interesting!!!

With the Brexit voting coming up soon and the pamphlets being passed through those letter boxes, I am left wondering how I missed such posters about it here in London. Surely there must be one or two isn’t? Am I not concentrating on my surroundings well ? Need to take help from Mad-Eye Moody. But read an article, a cheeky one, about it. I have started to see the adverts for Brexit (both for and against) in YouTube now. Irrespective of how the ‘summer’ is over here, at least the Brexit news is getting hotter by the day.