Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Beautiful London Moment #472

The lead-coloured skies over Victoria Station whispered rain. Waiting for the "green man" light, a drift1 of suits stood in their blacks, greys and dark business-blues. At the centre of the monochrome massing on the pavement, a beaming gentleman stood: a shining-white grin, grass green fuzzy Kanga cap, matching Adidas track suit and shoes. -Beautiful London Moment #472

1Yes, 'drift' is the correct collective noun for a group of business men.

1 comment:

  1. I am reminded of the so-called Managerial Syllogism, which a friend of mine insisted was the basis of most business decision-making:

    Premise 1: The situation is serious and something must be done.

    Premise 2: X is something.

    Conclusion: Therefore, let's do X.