With detours

With detours

Translation: Wreaths “directly” from the Florist specialist store

I guess nobody knows how many detours the wreaths have to take…

(If you don’t get the point: Quotation marks don’t emphasize their content but state that it isn’t really meant that way.)


7 Comments

  1. M

    Lösung: direkt die Scheibe einschlagen. Auch Floristen sollten mehr nachdenken, was sie von sich geben.

    • c

      Ne, das wäre zu direkt. Besser: Jemanden beauftragen, die Scheibe einzuschlagen. ;) (Disclaimer: Dies ist kein Aufruf zum Einbruch, liebe Überwacher. ;) )

  2. B

    Anzeigen! Es lautet doch wohl immer noch:
    FloristInnen FachgeschäftIn

  3. R

    Aha. Wenn Du das jetzt nicht erklärt hättest. Womöglich hätten wir demnächst auch die “Gänsefüßchen” missbraucht ;)

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