It is called “Rainbaws”. Not “Rainbows”, but “RainBAWS”.
What is going on? Did the market trader not have any letter “o” balloons? Was the letter “A” all that was available?
Perhaps it is an attempt to spell out “Rainbows” to sound more Glaswegian. Who knows, maybe they were trying to be smutty and funny.
Whatever is the case, it is not appropriate — are things getting worse by this sort of thing or is it just me? What if the stall IS called “Rainbaws”? Have the council simply licensed the stall regardless of the tastefulness of the shop’s name?