"Writing is not for wusses."--Lynne Main
Excellent! In my part of the woods we have the redneck version. The Waffle House off I-85 Exit 6 in Alabama had the "W" and the"use" blacked out for ages. At night the sign read: affle Ho.
Oh thank god. I was really worried the machines were preparing to make their move. But, now I can see that they're just at "that age."Maybe I'll try to meet "them" in the middle and dress my toaster up with a sticker from hot topic.
I removed my comment because my English teacher fainted from all the mistakes. That's what comes when you type fast, hit publish, and take a nap.Ah...my teacher is dead but she perches on my shoulder, obviously not all the time.
In my town we have a stop sign with the words, "Never STOP trying" on it.It used to say "STOP trying", but some optimist couldn't let that piece of graffitti stand. I took a picture and have it set as my background. : )
Looks like that sign is giving us the finger. Hmm...
Just one more reason to visit NYC someday.
Brilliant!In Montana, the guys sitting in the wheelchairs for the handicapped parking signs wear cowboy hats. Christi Corbett
I think every town should have a "Thirst" street. I'll meet you there for some of that Macallan 12 you keep mentioning.
That is SO funny! Love it!
I can't decide if this means Walk or Don't Walk.
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