Making a cake is easy – particularly if you buy one from this shop and then just say you made it yourself. Found in Thame, Oxfordshire UK by Lydia Woodroff.
All the way from Cambridge in the UK comes this charming Pun Shop Name for a baker. Spotted by long-time contributor Lydia Woodroff.
Remember ‘Hart to Hart’, that classic early 80s TV series where the millionaire couple worked as secret detectives? No? Neither do I. Here’ s Tart to Tart, spotted in San Francisco, California by Marc Burns.
If you thought the mere possibility of finding a decent pie at the top of the Blue Mountains was utterly ridiculous, here’s Pie in the Sky, spotted in Bilpin NSW.
Hmm.. there’s been some debate as to whether this is a Pun Shop Name or not. Is it a play on ‘Pavarotti’? If it was an Italian restaurant, maybe. But it’s actually a chain store that started in Malaysia. Then again, the chef looks Italian, doesn’t he? Spotted by Johnny Greally in Kingsford NSW. What do you think?
What if Peter Parker had become a photographer for The Daily Bagel, instead of The Daily Bugle? Boring photos.. but, free lunch. Anyway, this newsworthy Pun Shop Name was photographed by Rhonda in the puntastic Klamath Falls, Oregon USA.. a town seemingly festooned with PSNs.
I went to this bakery in Collaroy, NSW to buy a sausage roll, but there were so many limousines and horse-drawn carriages parked out the front I couldn’t get in. Weird.. they must have really good sausage rolls.
UPDATE: I’m currently in London and came across another Upper Crust Bakery – part of a chain. This one is on Lower Road. No sign of the Queen.