I’ve had this one in the files for a while. I’m not a dog owner, so I guess it’s not directed at me, but I noticed it on a lamp post in Haworth. I thought they were blunt and to the point in Yorkshire, but this has more a passive aggressive tone to it, don’t you think?
Posted by rowena on August 15, 2012
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