Lough Foyle, Moville, co. Donegal
sign on bus
I need a gin bar right about now...lololAnd isn't it a shame people have to be instructed how to be chivalrous...We ate many a small box of cereal! Fun memory Bill...thanks!hugsDonna
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Irish is a difficult language to understand but fortunately public transport is thoughtful enough to provide the stone of rosette with it.Hope the small boxes are not a disguised price increase. Another nice collection Bill.
I remember those small cereal boxes.
We have something in common Bill. When I was kid I also used to eat the small boxes of cereal.
Such are the times: Asking for something that should go without saying.
At the moment, ice cubes aren't attractive! Warm milk with flakes is pleasant. Great pics! A warm day, Bill.
nice to have a small box of cereal. .....
Love the signs..now I want cereal!
I haven't ridden public transit in years, but it seems not be as civil as it once was based on what I read.
Great collection of signs. I have seen the small cereal boxes offered as breakfast in hotels while we were traveling. Take care, have a great day!
How sad we have to be reminded to give up our seats to others less able.
Not a fan of those sugar loaded cereals...
I never tried pouring milk into one of those boxes, but they were a great idea for families with kids with different tastes. Unfortunately some kinds were always bickered over, and others went uneaten. Good idea though.
...Bill you found some good signs. It's sad that there is a need for #2, hopefully people would know.
I didn't know that they still made those small boxes of cereal. There was always one flavour that you didn't want to eat.
Oh gosh, I remember those small boxes of cereal. I loved those as a kid.
I remember those small boxes of cereal. Great looking gin sign, but I seldom ever drink gin.
I don't remember ever having those small boxes of cereal. Maybe they were available but my mom just always bought the bigger boxes. I agree with Sean Jeating, everyone should automatically know to give up their seat to the elderly, disabled, mom with baby/small child etc.
I remember Kellogg's as good
Cheers, but that bus/train-sign should be obsolete - just think, huh?You put milk directly into the box?! No mess?! Interesting - never seen that here.Would be great (I am the dishwasher...)
I'm too old to have my own memories of individual cereals (or else my mother wouldn't buy them for us) but our kids loved them for a special treat -- we would take them camping with us and let them choose. ... I do remember gin ;>) but never drink it -- and I totally would understand (and maybe even take advantage of) the blue sign even without the English translation!
Totally - And How About Couch Forts - Watching Cartoons And Eating Cereal Like WoW,Cheers
You wouldn't think that you'd need a sign to ask people to give up their seats for someone who needed it.I remember those little cereal boxes!
Love the look of the gin bar sign!
Boa noite de quarta-feira. Obrigado pela visita e comentário. Amei todos. Grande abraço meu amigo Bill.
I used to love some of those cereals when I was able to still eat them. Too much sugar for me now.
I'd forgotten about those cereal packages. Some kids used to take them on back packing trips.
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Those small boxes were such a treat when I was a child!
I wonder if they still make those small boxes.God bless.
A nice selection here Bill.Gin is quite a popular drink :)All the best Jan
Mais uma bela série sobre esta temática!Um grande abraço!Ana