TUESDAY 27TH NOVEMBER 2018

IN 1986, IN RESPONSE TO HARRODS THREATENING A SMALL NEW ZEALAND RESTAURANT OF THE SAME NAME WITH A LAWSUIT, THE TOWN CHANGED ITS NAME TO ‘HARRODSVILLE’ AND RENAMED ALL OF ITS BUSINESSES ‘HARRODS’. WELL PLAYED, HARRODSVILLE, WELL PLAYED - VIA QUIKIPEDIA.

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A GLASS OF WHISKY ONCE COST AS MUCH AS A GUN CARTRIDGE. HENCE WHY WE CALL IT A “SHOT” - VIA MY UTTERLY ADORABLE MOTHER, WHO - AWARE I’M DOING THIS - SENT ME A PHOTO FROM HER LOCAL PAPER ENTITLED “WHY IS A SHOT CALLED A SHOT? INFO FOR TODAY!”. WHAT A LEGEND.