Tuesday, 28 February 2012


Many shops are selling out the winter clothes.
"sjukt billing" means something like "unbelievably cheap" or "crazy prices".

10 comments:

Honest Abe said...

I wish language could be deciphered easily. I thought it said something about a "skunk" (that foul-smelling animal in black and white with the perfume you don't like to smell). How wrong I was.

Cathy Hudspeth said...

Sure the cheap prices are for clothes and not that streetwalker-looking girl in the upper right hand corner? hahahahahaha

Halcyon said...

I recognize billing from German, but I wouldn't have known Sjukt. But really, all shops say basically the same thing the world round when it comes to sales. :)

Sharon said...

Oh my goodness, I hate it when I miss a good sale!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

That's a sure fire sign spring is on the way Gunn, you must be looking forward to it! By the way, did you find any bargains!!

Robert Geiss said...

great picture, an interesting comment upon the current situation of so many places.
trying to catch up with life, i'd like to wish you all a good wednesday.

Rae Walter said...

Looks like a "fire" sale going on there Gunn. So winter is passing, but also agree with Robert's comment on the current economic situation.

kostas said...

Is there a snowboard uniform,a beautiful one?

cieldequimper said...

Lol @ Abe. Winter sale is over here...

VP said...

It would be 'Prezzi Pazzi' in Italian!