Oh, Friko! You ARE good! I loved each and every one of your oh so witty captions :) I hope you're having a good day!
tee hee ... Well done Friko! You've made me smile on this early Monday morning. ... red setter!If you sit on that chesterfield (Americans probably won't know what that is btw)you might get the word of my word verification:"gonrea" ... my feeble attempt at humour ... groan ...
I had heard of a chesterfield, but until now I don't think I new what one is. Love your captions, especially the second one, made me laugh... :-)
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Thanks so much for the chuckles. I was wondering if the couch was where you sit to wait for divan that takes you to Chesterfield.
What a great smile to start my day. Now I'll be keeping my eye out here in the U.S. for the couch to Davenport.
Oh my, you are such a talented womanthis was a great way to start my day
smiles...i hate to imagine what would happen to couches left out for bus catchers...they would not last long in my neck of the woods at all...
The sofa looks like it ought to be on one of those Peter Cooke and Dudley Moore sketches. The two of them sitting and observing the world drift by. Liked your play on words.
All very graonworthy, Friko! LOL
"where you catch the couch to Chesterfield!" I like that one.
I love your take on it . You can always come up with just the right one-liner .But , to me , what's truly extraordinary about this photo is , not the sofa on the side of the road , but the complete lack of grafitti .Mind you , that might just be a reflection of the difference between where we live , you and I !
Is this a national expression?
The only Chesterfield I know if is a cigarette.Love your captions. :)
Wonderful, Friko! We always said "chesterfield" when I was young. Now I say "couch" so "the couch to Chesterfield" is perfect! I like the others also.K
Strange I saw a similar picture on a blog half an hour ago. What a conincidence.Greetings,Filip
what a fun ride,your words are playful.
Hi Friko, I was here earlier and thought I left a message but, I don't see it. Am I growing absent minded? I wish we had red sofas at every bus stop but they would have to be in shelters.Clever phases from an imaginative soul. Dianne
Is this the road to Red Square?
So good! And riders can wait in comfort.
Wonderful, and FUNNY!
Very humourous captions indeed, i like the last one that really made me smile :-).
HAHA!!! Loved it Friko! :)
Okay, I don't even know what's going on but you still have me giggling. Which is all I could ask for on this snowy, dreary Monday. :))
ouch. that made me laugh.
Ho, ho, ho ... and away we go!!!
Preconceptions pierced. ~Mary
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Dear Friko.These witty captions made me laugh--the sofa so small, the imagination so large.Peace.
At the end of a long, dull Monday, this was just the thing! I like the way your mind works.
Delightful and fitting (or should I say sitting?)captions for the photo prompt!
You are good. I especially like the "red setter."
Ah, a punster!
Sure it's not going on to Davenport? Friko, these are wonderful. Now I need to explain why I am hooting at this late hour...Thank you!
Sofa, So Good?Empty Chairs, No Table?Made me smile anyway
The Lizard Lounge? Nah, that's not even close to your 2nd caption ...Great photo AND great captions - a rare combination (just don't tell any of the photo bloggers I read ...)
What a mind you have!
I loved it too!!HugsSueAnn
A nice change from all the serious stuff around.
Great captions! I especially liked the couch to Chesterfield. All aboard!
To sit is humanTo err is divan.No?(Yours were better!)XOWWW
Red setter or bed settee? :-)Good smiley Magpie!
Groans, but happy groans. Word play is always fun:-)
No, no Friko. You've got it all wrong. This red couch in the red light district is obviously for Street Sitters as opposed to Street Walkers. Drive-up service. Just another sign of how lazy we've all become.
Hehe... that's a good one! Nice Magpie :)Cheers...
So clever and so funny. Love this post!
Very funny ;-)
Giggle and groan...
first line made me think a red irish setter peed all over this sofa
Dear Friko: Sweet! Chesterfield! It is a place, like Glouster!! How original! Love to ride the regional bus routes across Merry Ol' England!
Comments are good, I like to know what you think of my posts. I know you'll keep it civil.