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Weirdest Place You've Seen An Ad For A Wg?

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On a lamp-post in Wightman Road, Haringey. A white sticker at eye-level with writing in black felt-tip offering a "dominant mistress". Bizarre, especially when the internet is available.

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Ha, reminded me of the card I used to see in the window of a newsagents in Finsbury Park - "Large Chest For Sale". It was about six months of walking past it before I twigged.

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Business cards deliberately left on the pavement, outside my hotel in Tel Aviv. Obvious they were touting for business because of the provocative pictures, easily seen. I thought they were dropped by mistake, and picked one up for a closer look. Only realised the next day that this was the modus operandi, when I saw the same ones lying scattered again on the pavement outside the hotel.

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There used to be one in a window in Goodge Street offering "seats re-caned". I wonder what that was all about!

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phone box in village in rural warwickshire. offering 2 male hookers. bizarre.

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phone box in village in rural warwickshire. offering 2 male hookers. bizarre.

Weird, perhaps they were hoping to attract the only gay in the village. ;)

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I remember reading about a semi-professional football club in Austria, I think, who had their shirts sponsored by the local brothel. I cannot imagine buying that shirt and wearing it out with the wife!

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Cash point in Curzon Street and in Ealing Broadway.

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I have seen adverts in Exchange & Mart. When young I used that publication to buy cars.

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