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Everything is all Sir Garnet :-)

This picture was clicked by me very recently at the market square in the place where I live.

Do I even have to say what 'Sir Garnet Wolseley ' is? (to know who he is click on his name)

Any guesses? :-)

Comments

  1. I have a feeling, they are making a lot of money and the husband wouldn't mind it as well as long as there is beer!

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  2. the pub's called that?

    was it full? :)

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  3. Hahaha... Brilliant!

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  4. They can actually be left behind!! WOW :D

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  5. Hee hee.
    You got a good eye :).
    Most husbands wouldn't mind at all being in that creche.
    "Everything's all Sir Garnet" can be aptly said in this context.

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  6. ROFL :) brilliant idea isnt it

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  7. Hehe .. had to show it to my hubby dearest ;) He loves the idea.. i'm still not sure if I do. Good capture!

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  8. lol ..n wat did ur husband think of being left here :D

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  9. Pavi: Did I say I left him there? :-) Nothing between the lines here but your misguided interpretation :-)

    Shruti: :-) I guess all guys will love it.

    Monika: I guess how brilliant it is depends on how much they drink. heh heh :P :)

    Brown phantom: Everything is indeed Sir Garnet in this situation :-) thank you :)

    Tranquility speaks: I guess that is the idea :)

    Varun: yeah--clever people indeed!

    Suma: yes and of course! :-)

    Vinni: If a pole dance too was thrown in wouldn't it be heaven? :-)

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  10. What a win win situation. Though bribing the spouse with a beer is an age old practice, isn't it:P

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  11. LOL..!!

    Is it a garment shop for ladies??
    or Footwear shop maybe??

    G.

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  12. Geetha: It is a pub :)

    Meira: Yes--that and the other thing too ;-) But never have I seen it being done publicly :D

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  13. Brillant idea. Come to think of it, how come its not a big global business as there is a crying consumer need for it. Suited to each culture perhaps - Pub in the UK; maybe cricket telecast in India ?

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  14. ROFTL! Must be a pub with variety of beer and girls haha. :P

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  15. LOL :)) Brilliant !!

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  16. Nope, had no idea who he was...had to chk the link;-P

    Had a good laugh anyways;-D!!!!!

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  17. hehe!
    You have been awarded. And the award's waiting for you at my blog :)

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  18. It's a win win situation. I am amazed at the number of 'wives' who have commented here saying "is this for real?" And the 'husbands' I am sure would definitely not mind if what you say about pole dancers is true :)
    So everything is, indeed, all Sir Garnet :)

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  19. Ajay: It is indeed a pub--don't know why wives aren't believing! Pole dancers was my value addition to the services :) If that was true I think it would be 'Everything is Sir Sir Sir Garnet' :D :)

    Meira: THANK YOU :)

    Smilie: Welcome to my blog :) True to your name indeed a great smile :)

    Reflections: Even i had to google Sir Garnet but I knew where it was :) :) heh heh.

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  20. G3: :)

    Srivats: Beer--yes. Girls? They come there to drink as well :)

    Ramesh: As a business idea it would not really work as why would a woman want to spend that money for a creche on a man? He would be perfectly happy at home if he had his beer and sports on TV :)Also she culd leave the kids behind (for free) and spend the money saves on shoes and lipsticks :)

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  21. is it a pub?

    where else will husbands sit quietly and not make a nuisance of themselves?

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  22. Guru: Yes of course it is a pub! :) 10 points :)

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  23. Had a good laugh! At least I came to know who Sir Garnet was?

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  24. Gayathri: It is the ad for a pub :)

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  25. Whoever wrote the copy on the board needs to be hired immediately! :D

    I've a feeling, once they're left here they could be anything but 'in order' :p

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  26. That was Brilliant! Talk about innovative marketing :) Husband's creche can only be a pub :)

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  27. LOL!

    This is the funniest thing I have read all day! So thank you for that. :D

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  28. LOL!!

    Brilliant Advertising ;)

    That was a nice click ..

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  29. This is brilliant! Should be made a mandatory fixture in all malls....

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  30. Would love to be left out of the shopping experience :-)

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  31. Amit: yes :) U'd enjoy too :)

    Tys: :-) Absolut--ly :)

    Sundari: Thank you :)

    Miss.M :-)Welcome to my blog.

    wordszndreamz: of course--it IS a pub :)

    Sprakling : :-) Am sure they have invested in bouncers too :)

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  32. This is a wonderful idea! I love the idea of having a nice safe place to tuck the hubby away while shopping.

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  33. wonder who wud be the care taker in tht creche!! :)

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  34. Lolzz...That was smart!
    You have a lovely blog..
    Cheers.

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  35. well..well...I did not know who was Sir Garnet and clicked on the link to find out who it is. Hmm.. like all(almost nearly all) males, I would not mind to spend a moment of 'peace and calm'(with due apologies) in a "Creche" when my wife goes out for shopping. Usually while she shops for clothes, I keep a 'distance' - she picks out a few, then asks my 'opinion', upon which I muster my suspended mental faculty to start giving my talk, during the time which she might have flipped a few other clothes and the one which I was talking about, would already be in the rejection list. And sometimes I wonder, how the female mind works by just giving a glance at a shop window and say this shop does not have 'the' collection. Well, if it was me, I would have gone inside and made a trip and ascertained. But, yes on a few occasions, I have eaten the cold pie. So, in essence - it is better that we spend sometime in the "creche" when the wife shops
    :-)

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  37. nandhu: Yes--i did not know Sir Garnett too till I googled :) and yeah-women CAN tell by looking at the shop whether it will have what she has in mind :)

    Choco: thank you :) thanks for visiting too

    Gils: Definitely a male :)

    Rayne: heh heh. i would rather leave him at home so he can look after the kids :)

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  38. Ha..ha..ha.. Good one. Every woman's dream.

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  39. This is really cool :)

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  40. Indeed a nice way to say :)

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  41. Hi !
    I hope you remember me. You had commented on my poem, (on my blog www.mistressofart.blogspot.com) a couple of months back.
    I am so thankful to you for doing that! Because of your comment, I felt very encouraged, and have 10 published pieces to my name today!

    Now, I work for an online newspaper, and want to interview you, for their interview column. The site is 'theviewspaper.net'. I hope you oblige to my request!

    Thanks once again !
    Satya.

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  42. Hi Preeti,
    Been following yr blog 'silently'...
    This one was too good. Wish they had such pubs everywhere :-) Sir Garnett must have become quite 'popular'in google now!

    You are an amazing writer. Keep up the good work.

    Cheers,
    Ramya.

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