March City Daily Photo Theme Day - Glass
But you see, this IS London, and in London we speak Cockney rhyming slang. That's where you say the first word of a pair, to indicate the other word, and so by rhyme the real word. Easier with an example. You hear someone say: "I'm going up the apples": apples is the first half of "apples and pears" and it means stairs. "I'd better go home to the trouble" - Trouble, trouble & strife, wife. Easy really.
It started as a way for east end market traders talking to each other so that the customers couldn't understand.
And "bottle" is one of the more well known cockney rhyming slang words, as in: "Get your bottle over here" And the meaning? bottle & glass, arse.
So really, this is the most London way I could think of to interpret the theme. Click here to view thumbnails for all participants. You'll probably get to see a lot more real glass.