That's a classic! Think I might print it and stick it on my noticeboard to brighten my days.
Heheh..No, you're not the only one. Here in Athens, the Afghan refugees play cricket in the park on Sundays. Cultures cross and criss cross. Evidently Ikea's picked up on it.Did you ever see that documentary about Daniel Johnston? They went to Sundance last year. Coulda been you, Marie! You thought of doing that way back in the 80s.
In Jersey City, the Indians and Sri Lankans play cricket in the park two blocks from my house. I love it. As for Daniel Johnston... you might hear a familiar voice interviewing Daniel during some of the footage in that documentary.
Oh c'mon E-Swede... don't you dress like this on weekends?
When Ikea opened a new store in Berlin they had ads like that, except it was Turks in Swedish clothing, or with blonde wigs. I thought it was borderline racist, but apparently the Turks thought it was funny. Or else just ignored it, which they're good at doing here.
Sure Marie, you've got me there.. I mean, the lovely blue west, those decadent baggy trousers, that seductive little hat and those tight and sexy white socks - what's not to like?!
Speaking of IKEA ads - here's a good one from our friendly neighbour in the east:http://www.photosight.ru/photo.php?photoid=1225884&ref=section&refid=19
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