“My Lord, I am he who men call Sir Loin, of the Butchers of The West.” This medieval Puneth Shoppe Name was found in Naracoorte, South Australia by his Grace, King Simon O’Brien. It takes its rightful place in the Halleth of Fame.
“Hey, what do you want to do on the weekend?” “Let’s meat.” Slightly disturbing out of context, but if you’re in the market for a delicious steak, you can’t go past this sizzling PSN, spotted in The Entrance NSW by Renée Keogh. (Note: Couldn’t help myself and added the missing apostrophe.)
I haven’t put much in the Pun Shop Name ‘Hall of Fame‘ for a while.. but this PSN is state of the art. Well done to Janet O’Brien for spotting it on Findon Road, Findon SA.
For those who aren’t in the business, a ‘Chop Shop’ is defined as, “a garage where stolen cars are dismantled so that their parts can be sold separately.” Here, it would seem, cows are dismantled so that their parts can be sold separately. Thanks to Richard Gunner in Mt. Barker SA.