Shop Horror: The Best of the Worst in British Shop Names Horror Book Review
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Floral ‘n’ Hardy. The Cod Father. Norman D. Landing (Militaria). There comes a point when things are so bad, they’re actually good. And when it comes to naming shops on Britain’s High Street, there’s nothing as bad—or good—as a pun-based name. Have a look.
“I was lying in bed, trying to think of it. And I was singing to myself, badly. ‘Shoobie-shoobie-do.’ Then it came to me: Shoe-Be-Do.” Shop Horror is a celebration of the best of the worst in British shop names—from the genuinely inventive to the truly awful. The Prawnbrokers. Sherlock Homes Properties. Pane in the Glass Windows. Sherwood Florist. A hilarious read, packed with color photos and words of wisdom from some the nation’s most imaginative shopkeepers.