Passing through Loblaws today I couldn’t help but admire their Pride cakes 🙂
Well, Halloween may not be happening on Church Street (or anywhere else) this year thanks to COVID-19 running rampant, but at least my physiotherapist’s office got into the spirit of things.
On yesterday’s visit I was greeted by this guy:
Seen on an abandoned building on my way to work one day (look to the left of the window):
No comment… that would be waaaaaay too easy…
It had been a busy and hectic day at work last Friday. Walking home I suddenly spotted something unusual coming toward me in the distance. At first I thought I was seeing things courtesy of my fatigued state, but as it drew closer I see it was…
Pikachu to the rescue!!
Thank you, Pikachu! It was great to have a smile and laugh during our troubled COVID times.
Going for a lunch hour burger at Hero’s on Church Street, I found these dubious customers waiting for me:
I saw these two t-shirts through a store window while vacationing in Jasper, Alberta.
Wonderfully sacrilegious… 🙂
I was passing by The Bay at Queen & Yonge tonight, and I couldn’t help noticing these shaggy mannequins in the windows:
I saw this in the subway today and thought it clever of Lyft’s Marketing department:
OK, so I was taking a photo walk across the Danforth this past summer and I came upon this interesting shop:
I assume business must be booming?
So, a couple of years ago, on December 31st, I was heading home along Carlton Street. As I passed St. Peter’s Anglican Church at the corner of Carlton and Bleecker, I read their display board out front, then doubled over with helpless laughter:
If you’re going to creatively arrange the letters on a church’s notice board, you might as well go all the way.
It must have been some party that night…
Seen in the men’s washroom in a restaurant at the Wharfside Shopping Centre, Penzance, U.K.:
Sandwich board outside McTamney’s, 139 Church Street, Toronto: