In east Toronto - or maybe East York - at the intersection of Danforth Avenue and Linnsmore Crescent, there's a two-in-one restaurant with a sign I couldn't believe: Sir Greek and Sir Sub. They're conventional, if odd, names, but what really drew my attention is how suspiciously similarly the sign follows the signature fonts used by Mr. Greek and Mr. Sub franchises in Canada.
This is hardly the only time I've come across this kind of signage, either. I mean, come on. Really now.
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