In Wonderland — 10 Comments

    • What is amazing is that I have been there many times before with Herself and every time I get lost.  Every time it seems to have changed in very subtle ways.

      The secretary phoned during the week to confirm the appointment and I announced that I would probably be very late as I would get lost.  She told me not to worry as she gets lost on a regular basis, and she has worked there for years.

  1. Reminds me of The Avengers and ‘The House that Jack Built’, I suspect The Beacon’s architect took it as a documentary…

  2. Maybe the message is that if you manage to find the eye-clinic, then there’s obviously nothing wrong with your eyes. If they really wanted to treat folk with dodgy vision, they’d install unmissable signage.

      • Reminds me of an encounter with part of the UK Civil Service. There it was the rule that if anyone with a disability applies for a job, then they MUST be given an interview – so, if the job involves climbing a ladder and the applicant is in a wheelchair . . . . . . you couldn’t make it up.

  3. Designed by Escher with kind assistance from Cthulhu (shout out to the homies in R’lyeh! ). Who knew the EU rules on Open Tendering meant ‘open to other dimensions’ too?

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