Tuesday, 10 July 2012

Funny bones

No self-respecting bone-setter's shop front is complete without a bit of osteopathic ornamentation to show passers-by that he knows his coccyx from his humeroradial joint.

Like the pub signs of yesteryear, these streetside skeletons can also serve as convenient waymarkers for when you are too plastered to be able to read building names, as testified by my friend whose building entrance is enhanced with this pleasant appendage from the adjoining shop:

"Turn right at the pelvis and you're there!"

More streetside treatments.

The remedy to cure all ills.

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