When “S-t-o-r-e” = “S-h-o-p” 0
When iJunk casts its spell (emphasis added).
A cider shop in Norfolk (UK–ed.) has had to change its name after receiving up to 24 phone calls a week from fanbois with computer problems.
Since an Apple Store opened in Norwich, locals have been calling mistakenly phoning the Apple Shop in Wroxham Barns, with their iPhone and Apple-related woes.
Apple Shop owner Geoff Fisher told the BBC: “My telephone number has a Norwich prefix and so people unawares ring up the Apple Shop. All I can say to them is, ‘I’m very sorry, I can’t help you, but please do come along and get some proper Norfolk cider to get over your sorrows’.”
Some persons couldn’t pass a licensing test for driving a computer.
(It’s probably just as well. Apple Computers probably would have sued him. They do stuff like that.)
Funny, I thought iJunk “just worked” in a trouble-free starry-eyed paradise sort of way.