Friday, 26 August 2011

No grunting




Someone has planted a plastic plant.
(Grunt = shallow in swedish :)

11 comments:

barbara said...

who plants a plastic plant?
maybe a lazy person who doesn't want to water it?

this week it's a year since we met. :((

hope you're still having a great summer!?
weather in vienna is unbearable hot, looking forward to spending my weekend in the public swimming pool.

love, B

Camilla Engman said...

It is like a swimmingpool here, I think the humidity is 100 %

barbara said...

hope your new studio will be better!

Kristen Donegan said...

That is a funny translation!!

I have seen the same practice of planting plastic plants... I can only imagine they are easy to tend ;)

We are swimming in humidity too-bla

Been thinking of everyone this week too!! XO

lamina @ do a bit said...

That is just too hilarious!! Grunt = planting plastic plants! Poor buggers must have lost some treasured plants in the past and just couldn't cope with another loss... OH dear :(

Very funny!

gina said...

Or they have a black thumb
such as me... managed to
kill a fake jade tree!

Laura Barbuto said...

Oh! Det är så sorgligt! Kolla om det växar!
A plastic plant and a lonely gray wall... Very sad.
Sorry about my Swedish.

Natascha Rosenberg said...

Oh! A plastic plant? Well, never lose hope! :)

Katrine {Magifabrikk} said...

strange thing to plant a plastic plant, but a bit poetic too...

cheryl said...

Even better if you read it as "No grunting" Ha...love it!! (I learned a little Swedish today)...

So it's good to know that these things happen everywhere! In my neighborhood there's an elderly lady that has landscaped the front of her house with plastic plants. No water necessary. Ha!

Fru Uggla said...

Lovley sign :)