your days are numbered.
The second one looks more like a tomb marker than an address for someone still alive.The first one, meanwhile, is charmingly hideous.proar - a scoffing noise most commonly heard as a response to the tall tales of the inebriated
Thankfully there were no executions on either of the two streets, or perhaps there were. What I would like to know is the stories that are associated with the two addresses. I guess that's the sentimentalist in me.Bantered: Being pecked to death by a type of small chicken.
Ray - appropriate observation, as the Thomas House (the pub connected to the 86) styles itself as a kind of dingy East Village-y dive. And you know me, I'm a sucker for the hint o' Goth lettering.Pierre - Dickens surely had more raw material to work with, story-wise. The only criminal element here is the real estate. Would you like to buy a condo in 86 Thomas Street, NYC for a crisp 1.57 mil?
Proar, that is expensive for a dingy dive.
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