User avatarThings Euston Square Station is not, No. 71: a badger

If you’ve been keeping up with the news lately, you’ll have seen that (despite the previous 70 episodes in this informative series) there is still huge uncertainty among the British public about whether Euston Square Station is or is not certain things.

We have, of course, ruled out a range of things that Euston Square Station might have been in previous episodes, including a tray of condiments and relishes, Weston-Super-Mare, a pencil sharpener and a slightly aggravated North American Peregrine Falcon. But one question continues to vex the nation: is Euston Square Station a badger?

Thankfully, we are able to put this question to rest once and for all. A visit to the station itself, and close inspection of the station sign, reveals the answer.

Euston Square Station is not a badger.

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13 comments to Things Euston Square Station is not, No. 71: a badger

  • Ian "Mac Mac Mac Mac" McIver

    Hang on a minute, how can we be certain that those words can be trusted? Who put them there?

  • Don’t you recognise Euston Square Station’s handwriting? That’s clearly Euston Square Station’s handwriting.

  • Ian "Mac Mac Mac Mac" McIver

    Surely if that was Euston Square Station’s handwriting it would have been part of the main sign to begin with. Do you think they forgot to include it?

  • No no no. Don’t be silly. Euston Square made its signs on its laptop and printed them out.

  • Ian "Mac Mac Mac Mac" McIver

    Ah right. Was that to save the Council money? What a trooper. I have to say that of all the stations wherever it is you live (Rumbelows?) that one is one of the best.

  • Rumbelows, yeah. That’s the one.

  • Ian "Mac Mac Mac Mac" McIver

    I thought it was. Can you put in a good word for me? I need to rent a video recorder and one of those TVs with a big ass.

  • Sure. Do you want a 14″ colour TV or do you want to go for the full 16″ home cinema experience?

  • Ian "Mac Mac Mac Mac" McIver

    I can’t afford the 16″; it’ll have to be the standard 14″ please.

    Do they accept Abbey National credit cards? I’ve also got my Midlands Bank cheque book.

  • Either of those is fine, or you can pay on your Access card. It’s your flexible friend.


  • Ian "Mac Mac Mac Mac" McIver

    (That’s the bastard I was trying to remember the name of)


  • (Bastards, bastards!)

  • Ian "Mac Mac Mac Mac" McIver

    (On the bus route to Reuben’s house there was a garage that still had a sign for Access Card. Now that I drive I never see it anymore. That’s why I couldn’t recall the name.)


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