Sunday, 17 August 2014

Sign Series X: Le Pluart

Sign the pig in the pot Versailles
This is the sign above Le Pluart, butcher and deli in Saint-Louis neighbourhood. You had seen the shop here with its Christmas decorations! Sorry VDP isn't visiting your blogs, keep your fingers crossed her Internet access will be up and running again on Tuesday! Thank you so much for all your comments!

Ca, c'est l'enseigne de Le Pluart, boucher-charcutier-traiteur à Saint-Louis. Vous aviez vu la vitrine et les décos de Noël ici. Désolée que VDP ne vous rende pas visite, croisez les doigts pour qu'elle récupère son accès Internet mardi ! Merci mille fois pour tous vos commentaires !

18 comments:

Sunnybrook Farm said...

Tuesday will be a grand day if VDP returns, the world is waiting!
Hey;
As we talked about last spring when I got the 8 chicks, right on schedule, all 8 put an egg in the nest box today. Of course they are little pullet eggs but they are still fine to eat.

William Kendall said...

A very distinctive looking sign, Ciel! I hope things get properly restored for your page.

Elizabeth Eiffel said...

A great sign. I too take sign photos, but up until recently, I haven't had a camera which was able to capture them close up.

Hope your computer troubles are over zoo. Amicalement.

RedPat said...

That doesn't look like a happy pig! ;-)

Thérèse said...

Pauvre petit cochon!

Jack said...

You show us kind of a disturbing sign today, a distressed pig in a burning kettle. I'm not sure I will be able to sleep tonight.

Good luck on Tuesday.

Randy said...

That's a great sign.

Sharon Anck said...

Great sign but, I'm feeling a bit sorry for that poor pig. I think I might have to try to get him out of there.

Taken For Granted said...

That's a fine looking sign. Now I'm think of pork soup.

llandudnopictures said...

Very dramatic looking!

EG CameraGirl said...

OH NO! Poor piggy!

Lowell said...

An interesting sign if perhaps not all that attractive...I mean even folks who enjoy pork might find it distressing to be reminded as to how their pig becomes the pork that lands on their plate! :)

Stuart said...

That's a great name... a name with "art" in it has to be good.

Wayne (Woody), whatever said...

I would have guesses a restaurant, not a butcher, unusual sign! I guess the pig looks a bit distressed with all that heat. I'm not upset by it, in my younger days, we used to have big parties that featured a roast pig.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Jack's comment made me lol :) but he's right :)

Halcyon said...

Shingle signs are the best!

Linda said...

That's a great sign!

Dina said...

A sign that can't be ignored. Ouch! Poor piggy.