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Lazy Days

Lazy Days, Mare Street, London Fields, Borough of Hackney, London E8, 2003 • “Anything brought and sold”, and an almost aggressive approach to the grocer’s apostrophe. As an added touch of sophistication, the sign seems to have been written to one side to avoid the pole. By 2005 their slogan had morphed into “furniture brought and sod”.

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