PoP T-Shirts Continue To Travel The Globe

london, originally uploaded by Prince of Petworth.

This guy is quite the globetrekker, I think this is his third entry! He writes:

“This is Parliament Square, with many statues of important historical figures. There are only two statues of non-Brits here: Nelson Mandela and Abraham Lincoln. In the background you can see the statue of Winston Churchill. And that big clock thingy.

We went on to a pub called “The Lamb and Flag” (unofficially known as the “bucket of blood” from years earlier when there was prize fighting going on there). Someone who lives near Petworth, West Sussex, 40 miles from London, was confounded how an American would have such a shirt.”

Last August Hipchickindc wrote about Petworth, England.

4 Comment

  • Gaah! Complete jealousy!
    Bring me back a packet of Walkers Cheese & Onion crisps please! I’ll pay double…

  • Sorry, IA! Already back… Fizzer – payment wouldn’t have been necessary unless it came in the form of a beer at any local pub 🙂
    I’m seriously missing the imperial pints of cask ale right now 🙁

  • HEY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I LOVE THEM!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! THEY ARE MY NEIGHBORS ON GRESHAM………… THE BEST THING GENTRIFICATION HAS OFFERED MY CITY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Sigh. Thanks anyway, Binkesworth…
    It’s been almost a year since our trip and I’m on fire to go back ASAP. The imperial pints have not been forgotten. Nor have the curry houses of Brick Lane. Nor the Walkers Cheese & Onion. Of course there’s no more Premier League as of last weekend, but still…… I’d drop & go in a heartbeat if cash were plentiful.

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