Discussion in 'London and the South East' started by not-bono-ever, Jul 13, 2013.
There's no place on this thread for it.
All the fake morleys should get in on this
and a genuine morley
tbh I've been stuck at that same junction feeling the same when I don't know where to get my bus from
In other news
Thornton Heath Morley's is featured here:
The Chicken Connoisseur Backs Jeremy Corbyn In New Interview
The chicken shop egon ronay backs Corbyn
Not chicken-related, but Kaspas ice cream outlets show video of Corbyn opening one of their branches (presumably as the local MP).
NEWS: I have to report that Fantastic Morley Fried Chicken, on the South Circular at the Catford/Forest Hill border, has gone full-on Fake Morley's and is now called "Fantsatic Morley" [sic]. (here is the old look: a thread of fake Morleys)
It's not to be confused with Monleys (Google Maps) which opened about three years ago the other side of the Blythe Hill Tavern.
Pics or it will be consigned to the chicken shop fake news bin
Next time I go to the Blythe, I'll take a pic.
wow- its does actually say Fantsatic
And then after a legal row a similarly named store becomes...
There's one in Streatham, which is called Morly's, or something similar. Can't be arsed to check the thread, but it's opposite Streatham Station, which used to have 'Gooooglie Cabs' next door.
THIS greeted me on my way to work this morning- it's not yet open, and throughout development there's been a legit Morley's 'COMING SOON' sign outside it. So perhaps there was a disagreement between parent company and franchisee at the last minute? Anyway, I bring you 'Norleys'.
That's a legit proper counterfeit Morleys right there. Good work!
Is it rare? Is it worth anything?
They're open for business right now, and, to rub salt in the wound for the real Morley's, have cut up the official banner which was above the shop during development to remove the Morley's branding, and spray-painted the opening date on top of it.
That balloon arch brings a tear to my ear. It's so beautiful. Better than Morleys.
Weirdly enough, the balloons absolutely STINK of rubber. I've never noticed this with balloons before. Perhaps it's intentional, to cover up the smell of the food.
So, we've got a similar photo project on the go on Instagram: Morley's... more or less (@morleysorless) • Instagram photos and videos Pop over and give us a follow! Aiming to get every fake Morley's in the capital photographed by the end of the summer. Came across this site whilst doing our research, so thanks - many finds on here came in really useful!! I'm sure we haven't seen the last new New Morley's!
4 years of my life *researching * this man and boy
How long have you been *researching* this subject ?
Twitter says June 2017.
Hello mate. Glad to see you're so passionate about the topic. Don't know about you, but we're just having some fun documenting an interesting phenomenon.
Glad you've moderated your earlier comment - it seemed a bit harsh for a thread about fried chicken.
You'd be surprised to see how long there's been an interest in documenting the fake Morley's topic - going back at least 10 years in fact.
So if you're relatively new to South London and have only picked up on it 4 years ago, you're still a bit of a newbie.
Hope you'll have a cracking weekend and remember to have fun. There are much better things to do than calling people c***s on the internet.
fuck off you patronising cunt
i dont know if this should be included- will let you be the judge
Join Favorite Chicken
No need to click through - favourite is a franchise like morleys c. &180k for the franchise. Fuckibg hell.obviously someone has dumped the franchise and gone rogue
Four years later and this is still the case
From the former Marleys in Brockmill road which is now MFC. Pictured earlier next to the pest control shop, it either had a 1 or 0 out of 5 hygiene rating.
Beans OR Corn on the cob
((((first world problems))))
Darwin would be proud of that example of Chicken evolution
Fake Morleys - Store Finder
who set this up and why ? done in August 17
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