Thursday, March 19, 2009

Signs, Part 3

Signs Seen Here and There (Part 3)

  • On a local tow truck: "Jesus wants your heart, we just want your tow."

  • From a Galeton, PA septic pumping company: #1 in the #2 business."

  • "On a cul-de-sac where a building on the corner had housed several different businesses, one interesting business was a funeral home. The "Dead End" sign out front obviously had to be changed. The new one read 'No Outlet.'"

  • At a travel agency, the motto was "Please go away."

  • A cesspool repair/maintenance guy has this on his truck: "Your doodoo is my bread and butter."

  • On a radiator shop in Springfield, MO: "The best place in town to take a leak."

  • On a dry cleaner's in Hammonton, NJ: "Satisfaction guaranteed, or your dirt back."

  • On a tire dealership the sign out front says, "Best place in Texas to take a leak."

  • At St. Patrick's Cathedral in New York City's prayer chapel next to the towering cathedral, just outside the door, a small sign: "Talk to God today. He's always there to listen. Prayer Chapel Hours: 9 - 7 Daily." (And after 7pm, who's listening?)

  • Sign on an electric company truck: "Let Us Remove Your Shorts."

Thought for the Day:

  • Anything worth fighting for is worth fighting dirty for.

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