Friday, 19 June 2015

Impossibly Romantic?

On one of his walks Nigel spotted this mahoooooosive pile of bricks 
Now, not wishing to be in anyway sexist or robustly politically incorrect ……  but in Nigel’s much considered and mused opinion, Rosemary is much too a romantic and fragrant name for rufty tufty and manly bricks!!!


Mr.D said...

Sell them to the Tate gallery for forty thousand pounds.

PharmacyMichele said...

I agree-it does seem a strange name for a style of brick. If it was describing colour or flavour then I'd understand...!!!


Anonymous said...

Certainly not a name for rufty tufty bricks! For me the name Rosemary always brings to mind the herb, especially when it is shaped into a topiary or cone (Christmas tree) shape..... perhaps Rosemary owns the brick company.......Nigel does keep us informed of life's fun questions!.....Dianne

Mr.D said...

Deja vu?
Sell them again for forty thou.