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London Shop Running Low on Robots

November 2014
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London Shop Running Low on Robots
Joke sign causing mild stir on social media

On the 30th October, famed TV composer Howard Goodall (Blackadder, Not the Nine O'clock News) was wandering down Rathbone Place, presumably minding his own business and thinking about lunch or something more important, when he spotted the fun sign in the window. He decided to take a snap and offer a small round of applause to whoever placed the sign.

Charming sign in @HobgoblinMusic Rathbone Place window pic.twitter.com/Rkf6FPIVkQ

— Howard Goodall(@Howard_Goodall) October 30, 2014

It has since been noticed by others and has been retweeted (passed on to others on Twitter)and also favourited (cyber-stamped with approval) quite a few times.

The sign came from the fabulous minds of Veronica & Paul and there is no word yet as to whether there will be a follow up.

Well done London shop! And they say musicians have no sense of humour...

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