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Guyhirn Pitstop and ex Adult Shop, Cambridgeshiure, UK

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In the middle of the Fens near Wisbech, Cambridgeshire, UK, lies the Guyhirn pitstop and infamous adult superstore called 'Kiss Kiss'. A cultural experience not to be missed which has sadly been relegated to the annals of history due to the recession and the typical meagre salaries being more needed for basic foodstuffs. A true classic in which Jerry Springer style lace teddies and Chinese manufactured 'appliances' no doubt livened up the saturday nights of many a fenland adventurous liaisons. Root vegetables are now playing an increasing role in Fenland culture these days.

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