Amusing Street Names of London, part 2

It’s been nearly a year since my last post featuring strange London street signs. The names of the streets haven’t gotten any less odd; I’ve just been rather less vigilant about photographing them. Nevertheless, I’ve observed a few more over the past year:

Beware

Beware

Never name streets on an empty stomach

Never name streets on an empty stomach

Angry Alley?

Angry Alley?

At that point, why not just call it 'Bloody Mary Axe'?

At that point, why not just call it ‘Bloody Mary Axe’?

Incidentally, there is no 'Overshaft,' suggesting this street is only half-shafted

Incidentally, there is no ‘Overshaft,’ suggesting this street is only half-shafted

This streetname is not only a bit rude, but also not very descriptive

This streetname is not only a bit rude, but also not very descriptive, as there no longer appears to be an incapacitated monk on the street

One wonders (but perhaps does not want to know) how this street got that name.

One wonders (but perhaps does not want to know) how this street got that name.

Curious name, but seemingly no longer any curiosity shop

Curious name, but seemingly no longer any curiosity shop nearby

 

 

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