hypercorrection

Explain the sign above these bins. Answers on a post card please.
hypercorrection

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9 thoughts on “hypercorrection

  1. Katimum

    To counter industrial espionage, all calculations relating to guinness production have to be written on rice paper and eaten after use!

    1. ken

      That’s what I thought at first, but it’s not the answer. They don’t use these bins for mathematical formula-ridden recipe sheets or anything like that.

  2. Katimum

    Are they afraid of you disposing of your secret stash of meths bottles in there? (And why would you need to be a meths drinker in a brewery???)

  3. kenanddot

    They were worried about people disposing of used filter sheets in the bins that might look like mats to a civilian. The sign was written by someone who doesn’t make a distinction in pronunciation between ‘mats’ and ‘maths’.

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