Loyalty is a Virtue

March 1, 2012 at 9:30 pm | Posted in Anne, Cycling, George | 2 Comments
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A true virtue in the Blyton world is loyalty. It makes up for all manner of other anti-social and annoying habits such as George’s bad temper and Anne’s occasional wimpiness. Loyalty is indeed good (more loyalty in the world please!), as is coffee, and bicycles. So, with this in mind, the new loyalty scheme set up by my (workplace’s) local coffee shop has everything going for it. Tapped and Packed not only do excellent coffee, cakes and sandwiches, they also have bicycle iconography galore – there’s an old bike outside, plus bicycles are stamped onto the cafe’s takeaway cups. There’s even a cute little cyclist who’s used on the loyalty card – collect six cyclist stamps and your next coffee is free! What could be nicer than that?

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  1. I think the guy in the middle is a bicycle novice. x

    • Drunk perhaps?! I traded the gentlemen in today for a free coffee, great stuff x


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