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At the dog beauty parlour



Spotted in the dog beauty parlour today (yes, they exist, yes there was a walk in wardrobe of dog clothes, no I was not a customer). Made me smile.


What's going on with 愛犬島 and the UK picture? Am I meant to understand the UK is "isle of dog lovers"?



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My first thought was some phonetic English was hidden in there. But on second thought I can't seem to find any.

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It's actually a US firm. Honest. No idea what's with the logo. Isle of Dogs is a place in London, but there aren't any (more than usual) dogs there and it isn't an island. 

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I am almost tempted to write and ask why Isle of Dogs. The UK is known for being a place of dog lovers, maybe this has been confused and melded into this.

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