Ain’t that a pisser?

Just off of London’s famous Fleet Street runs a small, unassuming alleyway named Cliffords Inn Passage. In medieval times it served as the main entrance to Clifford’s Inn of Chancery, an institution for training barristers. By the 19th century, the passageway became little more than a small shadowy alleyway off of a street filled with various drinking establishments—precisely the place where those frequenting such establishments would drunkenly stagger for a pee.

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1 Response to Ain’t that a pisser?

  1. The Jannie says:

    It’s worrying to consider that London was a bigger shithole in the past than it is now . . .

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