Sunday, July 7, 2013

The loo

Most of our readers probably already know that "the loo" is informal British English for the toilet. I was surprised to read in the dictionary that the term only seems to have entered the language around 1935-1940. Anyway, it is not surprising but still funny to see things like this:

Especially the Loos 2 ewe name is funny, but unavoidably confusing to the literal-minded like I often am. The lambs need porta-potties?

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  1. Daniel sometimes says he needs to "skip to the loo" which always makes me laugh. :)

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