Wednesday, 4 September 2013

Creative Challenge #267 ~ Corner

I love the name of this place.........

THE HOUSE ON POOH CORNER
(you can also play a very easy game of 'spot-the-Mitch')

Pooh Corner

26 comments:

  1. LOL I did spot Mitch :) Was the food good?

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    1. Yes, it was good quality, and cheap. And not a pot of honey in sight. LOL.

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  2. Neat photo, and yes, I'm a Pooh fan too, licensed cafe-bistro or no, although Pooh would likely eat (and drink) the place out of house and home. LOL

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    1. Thanks DL :-)) The only disappointment was that I didn't see Tigger. LOL.

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  3. nice shot! and fun game of spot the mitch!

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    1. Hi Sophie!! I'm not hard to spot!! :-))

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  5. I could have joined you if I have known you were there :-))

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    1. Do you know this place, Fatos?

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    2. No I dont know the place Mitch , I was just joking .
      Have a nice weekend.

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    3. LOL. Ok :-)) You have a good one, too.

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  6. aw...sweet, Mitch

    for some reason though, "the house on pooh corner" doesn't ring well for an eatery...LOL

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    1. Thanks Linda :-))

      Yes, I guess if you didn't know the stories of Winnie The Pooh, then the name might sound a bit off-putting. LOL.

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  7. That is a good one. I used to read Winnie the Pooh in the dark ages at school, but I do not remember the house at Pooh corner. A very good one.

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  8. I love the name how fun-but no honey? that's no fun-lol I did spot you too-

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    1. Thanks Kathy. No honey, but the food was good :-))

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  9. Do we ever really outgrow Pooh? Good one

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    1. No, I don't think we do!! Thanks Tess :-))

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  10. I see you :-)
    .............That looks like a really nice little place to eat, and what a great name. I like the windows, makes it look a bit like a town house for a hobbit.

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    1. Thanks Loretta :-)) Great name, isn't it? The food there was good.

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  11. I'm pretty sure I saw Piglet and Roo and even Mrs. Kanga. I think I heard somebody shout "T T F N..!" but he had bounced out of sight before I saw him. I had a cassette tape of somebody reading Winnie the Pooh complete with music and sound effets. When my son was little he would agree to lay down for his nap if I played the Pooh tape and if I would lie down with him. Half way through the tape I was sound asleep and he would get up and go play!

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    1. Hi Tim. That's funny, I can just picture that :-))

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  12. It's a cool name, indeed!!! Great shot!

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