Saturday, 14 June 2008

Honoured

After Holland's scorching victory last night I wake up (blearily) this morning to find that one of Worcester Park's residents has been named in the Queen's birthday honours! How much better can life get!??! (that's rhetorical, purely rhetorical)

Anyway, congratulations are due to Martin Rudduck, formerly head of the UK Chemical Weapons Convention National Authority and more importantly Worcester Park resident, who I think has snagged an OBE.

For those aspiring to an OBE and are wanting to get their foot on the bottom rung of the ladder I notice that KFC are advertising for the team-leaders in Worcester Park to deliver "Customer Mania" service for the princely sum of £6.00-£6.50 p/h + bonus.

Lastly you may have noticed that Pizza Express has updated its frontage

The photo above show the work in progress and the smart new design seems to feature the title words running together to make it look like "PizzaExpress", which unfortunately reminded me of sign put up by the proprietors of the nursery called "Kids Exchange". You be the judge:

6 comments:

Andy said...

Those Cloggies are really having it aren't they? A friend I was having a drink with last night in the Kazbar showed me his betting slip for yesterdays games, he had 10 quid on a 3-1 Holland victory at 22-1....

Worcester Park said...

Kids Exchange? That sounds like a wonderful service. I know a lot of parents who would gladly swap theirs for a cat, or something useful.

The Brinkster said...

Andy
He must have been gutted when they got the 4th then!? Now I've got to work out which pub to watch the quarter final in. Decisions, decisions.

WP
Does that mean you haven't spotted the implication of the sign if you read "kid" in the singular? ;)

Jennifer said...

Oh how I laughed...

Worcester Park said...

Wasn't that a documentary on Channel 5 recently?

Anonymous said...

Must be the hot weather, but I misread it to be kid sex change.

Ambiguity is not your friend.