30 July 2009
From Scotland comes this brilliant example of copywriting that grabs you around the throat and squeezes your pips till they pop out of your ears.
This notice was spotted in a shop window in Campbeltown, Argyll:
’We would rather do business with 1000 Al Qaeda terrorists than with one single British soldier!’.
So far, so inflammatory. But here’s the kicker, as they say.
The shop was an undertaker’s.
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