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Well, I had to run to the dictionary! Those durians must be might offensive!Thanks for my morning chuckle. : ))Fox
Um you do like your signs in Singapore. Also you can keep your durians, had a taste of one and they are horrible! A picture was taken to proof it!
I have never heard of a durian. What is it and why is it so specifically prohibited?I probably would have been overly interested in the sign as well. :o)
Wonderful! I collect signs like this (photographically) Italy has some doozies!
No wonder you were bored...they wouldn't let you do anything fun! ;-)
but could you tat?? I hope so. Otherwise the journey would be sooo boringggggggMelanie
I won't be taking your buses any time soon, there's nothing to do on them although it did not stop you tatting or reading. Hope the scenery was better than the bus rideMargaret
Your comments gave me a laugh too. Durian is a foul smelling fruit. You either love or not. I love to eat it but I would not like to smell it in an aircon bus or train.I could tat in the bus but I try not to tat in public. It's just me.