We're very much obliged today to Hampshire's finest for demonstrating that when knocking up ads for the backs of buses you really need to consider just exactly where the exhaust will sit: Hampshire police ad on bus with exhaust appearing from chap's trousers Ahem. Mercifully, the vehicle in question boasts a rather modest …
pics or stfu
pics or stfu? STFU!
There is a pic.
And I have to say: LOL.
looks like someone's given him the pinkie finger.
BTW, what are the correct el reg units to use in this situation?
This may help us with our enquiries
I think the correct determination of units to use is the lg, or EU standard (Florentine) linguine (unboiled at sea level).
In this instance I recommend a measurement of 1.6 lg, which is more than adequate for a gentleman of his means!
Got coat, taxi on way.....
Forget the taxi, just call the bus...
I can see "Copper's tailpipe" making it into the next edition of "Roger's Profanisaurus".
Missing something here
What, no mention of the phrase "policeman's helmet" in this? My word, standards *are* slipping...
A rather obvious joke...
"Would you popping this pipe into your mouth, madam, and 'blow'ing?"
@Missing something there
nothing about his truncheon either....
Shame the bus wasn't pimped. I'm sure it isn't a true reflection of the average Hampshireian's non-standard issue dustbin exhaust.
A true British "bobby" indeed.
It could have been worse.
The designer might have reversed the picture.
...Mine's the grey leather, thanks...!
@ Mark York
Cant wait to see the pictures of some of the other artwork on the back of these buses.
The Winchester (City and surrounding rural areas) should be a good one. Very liberal.
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