IKEA Building a Neighborhood in London:
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I'm sure most of our British Tropers might know of this already, but here you go
Essentially, the area is just south of where the 2012 Olympics are being held, they bought for more than what was speculated, and construction will begin in 2013.
I'm not sure what to say about this.
Although, I'd really like to facepalm, which I'm doing.
Right at this moment.
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Don't see why it matters. I thought I wad going to see "and noone knows how to pronunce it's name" so I am slightly dissapointed.
What's so bad? I mean, the only part that stands out is that this is the same IKEA that sells all the odd furniture.
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Note to self: visit London with Allen key and make hilarity ensue
edited 25th Dec '11 4:29:59 AM by Psyclone
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But how will they put it together?
go ahead and do every stupid thing you can imagine
Trust the Swedes, Brits. Unless if you're a Dane they are trustworthy.
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Except, all the houses will come in flat packs and you'll have to build them yourself. And you'll never be able to find the right screwdriver :-(
And let us pray that come it may
(As come it will for a' that)
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Great. Next time the Londoners riot they'll nick the whole lot.
'All he needs is for somebody to throw handgrenades at him for the rest of his life...'
Jokes aside, this looks pretty good to me.
I gotta say, reading No Logo has ruined my ability to take these sorts of marketing projects seriously...
You can't even write racist abuse in excrement on somebody's car without the politically correct brigade jumping down your throat!
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