Glenties, co. Donegal
Muy apetecible se ve esa taza de café, hace una hora yo me he tomado una.Buenos días.
No idea what a "glue destruction system" is, but it sounds extremely unpleasant.
I can see that they take things seriously in Ireland!
Local is always good!And sticking..., ohhhhh
Excellent signals and captures... Have a nice Women Day, dear Bill.
Local and seasonal are better :-)
Indeed local always good Bill.
coffee look great.... want to try it
So inviting, the first one and the other Stay Away. Great post!
I guess that's a money van? Looks very official!hugsDonna
...Costcutter is a way of life in business these days.
Opposite signs for sure! Great post!
I wonder what a smart water and glue destruction system is (or does!)
Wow, that's a scary warning sign! No idea what it means! Prefer the local one...raise my cuppa to it!
Have a nice day !
That sandwhich looks really good. Those vans need to be in every country!
I've curious about the SmartWater and Glue Destruction System. I have smart water in my refrigerator, does that mean I'm "armed" with Smart Water?
Fun photos today, Bill!
That is an impressive amount of security.
I like the water/glue sticker :)
I'll bet the signs alone keep thieves away from this van. Water and glue guns sound nasty. The stick-up would get stuck-up.
Don't mess with that truck! And shop local.
Very secure looking! I just added my link to Tom's post. Wishing you a lovely day!
...it's good to shop local :)All the best Jan
Very interesting signs indeed!
Good to buy local!
That's one secure truck.
I'm all for shopping local and have secure trucks. : )
Wonder what's a glue destruction system?
Martial attempt at a deterrent. Hopefully more effective than the Shamrock Rovers offside traps.I have a cup of local costcutter coffee. ;-)
It's good that there are those signs on the truck so would be robbers know they can't get anything.
Lindos carteles. Me gusta el segundo Te mando un beso. https://enamoradadelasletras.blogspot.com/
Mais uma excelente série sobre o tema!As minhas compras desde a pandemia, têm sido quase sempre nas lojas e supermercados locais. Continuo a evitar as grandes superfícies...Um grande abraço!Ana