The Wodge?

The Wodge. That’s what the Guardian’s Oliver Wainwright is calling 22 Bishopsgate, London’s biggest Big Thing. Will “wodge” catch on? My guess: no. Everyone knows what a gherkin looks like, or a scalpel. But wodge? What is a wodge?

Maybe 22 Bishopsgate will end up being called the “Big Thing”.

2 thoughts on “The Wodge?”

  1. Wodge seems a good enough name. I’m not sure what else you could call it.

    “in the age of coronavirus, who wants to jostle for 60 lifts with 12,000 others”?

    Good question. I do miss going into the office. My place of work has some very pleasant places to sit and chat to people. But I’ll probably only go it 2 to 3 days per week instead of every day, even if things do go back to normal. My employer will probably re-jig the desk-to-meeting-room ratio according to such changes in behaviour.

    What would really make this an easy thing to do is if the train companies invent some sort of 3-day-per-week season ticket.

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