- geraniums and seating so you can enjoy the view of this pedestrianised area with your back to the Job Centre
- thoughtfully located by funeral services and pharmacy
- just across the street from All Saints Church
- Lloyds Bank is just on the corner
- you missed the charity jumble sale on Smorrall Lane, a chance to meet this graceful flower of Bedworth:
The jumble sale was on the other side of the A444 motorway, but it would've been worth the trip. She was selling everything for 25p - a fair English maiden AND a bargain.
You blew it.
- the English are rarely sober, so we have metal posts sticking up out of the sidewalk to tell us when to stop driving
- public trash cans, or 'rubbish bins', are emblazoned with the city or county's name and coat of arms, begging to be vandalized
- all rubbish bins are bomb proof, because of the Irish
- Englishmen worth their salt despise public property and adore vandalism; this isn't relevant, but I thought you'd better know I once threw a toilet at the glass lobby of a Safeways - in any other country the glass would shatter, but because this was England it bounced
- Rugby can't afford geraniums: instead, there are some nice hedges to spruce up the place
- only two Indian restaurants nearby - are we sure this is England?
- plethora of warnings on the entrance: violence and anti-social behavior have no place in the Job Centre
- dentist across the street, but have you ever seen the state of English people's teeth?
Now I feel weary, jaded and disillusioned ... let's end this on a positive note.