The Great Londonist Pun Hunt: Part Two

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The Great Londonist Pun Hunt: Part Two
The familiar Nin Com Soup inside Old Street Tube station.
The familiar Nin Com Soup inside Old Street Tube station.
The Codfather on Clapham High Street leaves you swimming with the fishes.
The Codfather on Clapham High Street leaves you swimming with the fishes.
A pun enclave on Essex Road. Get Stuffed is, you guessed it, a taxidermist while Sew Fantastic speaks for itself.
A pun enclave on Essex Road. Get Stuffed is, you guessed it, a taxidermist while Sew Fantastic speaks for itself.
More puns in one name than you could shake a barber's pole at. Hair-O-Dyenamix can be found at 382 Ballards Lane, North Finchley.
More puns in one name than you could shake a barber's pole at. Hair-O-Dyenamix can be found at 382 Ballards Lane, North Finchley.
R. Soles, the Kings Road shoe shop, sticks its tongue out at more staid outlets.
R. Soles, the Kings Road shoe shop, sticks its tongue out at more staid outlets.
Old fave Sam Widges on Grays Inn Road.
Old fave Sam Widges on Grays Inn Road.
Superb wordplay on this launderette outside Turnham Green Tube.
Superb wordplay on this launderette outside Turnham Green Tube.

We're back on the search for London's most groanworthy wordplay. Here are seven more masterclasses in high street wit, aided by the wonders of Google Street View. If you'd like to nominate your own favourite punning shops, check we didn't already cover them in Part 1, and leave your suggestion in the comments.

Last Updated 26 March 2009

lilvegemite

I nominate the puntastic "Curl Up and Dry" in New Cross Gate, see flicker image here.

russbowes

There's a florists near Forest Hill called "Back to the Fuchsia"

Thought: they might also have called it "Florist Hill"