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It's on the tube map.
Oxford Street is not on the tube map.
Hence it's pretty easy to work out which end is which navigating via these useful markers.
And that's before we consider the HUGE landmarks of:
- Centre Point
- The Post-Office/BT Tower
What you talking about again?
Unless they've recently erected a new sign on Centre Point reading "THIS IS THE SOUTH END OF OXFORD STREET", I don't really see how this is the case.
But it's not hard to find out about it.
which defeats the point.
True - but I thought the point was that there was no way of finding out which end you were at just on sight. Knowing where Centre Point is and knowing that Tottenham Court Road, Oxford Circus, and Bond St are on Oxford Street doesn't tell me which end either location is at.
You need a street map for that.
you like, have to have some prior knowledge in order to fit that all together, such as WHICH END BOTH OF THOSE THINGS ARE.
and it's dark, and there's at least two of every shop so you've got no idea which way is which... COMPASS PLZ
Right, that was hard.
It's lit up at night.
where my car keys are.
i can't remember :(
So very true.
but my kitchen scales goes in increments on 20g so I tend to do 80g per person <------- FASCINATING
Actually I don't: I just make too much and take the rest in for work the next day.
does it come with an added compass?
THERE'S AN APP FOR THAT
Later in this episode, we'll tell you how to ensure you obtain just the right viscosity in your hummous.
she dropped a ramekin on her toe.