Wednesday, October 17, 2007

silly "customers"


I think by "will be booted" they mean that they will kick your car with steel-toed boots on. Thanks to Ann who found this in Reno.

14 comments:

Jeff said...

If it's a bar, I guess they're using "customers" as a euphemism for "pathetic sots."

Anonymous said...

uurrgghh and they've put an apostrophe in customers - it's plural - I hate that too!

Jeff said...

^
maybe they only have 1 lonely regular

Anonymous said...

I think you know it means that the car will be clamped with a "Denver boot", as they say out west

InHim said...

Where did you come up with this idea?

Jay
www.enoveltysigns.com

Anonymous said...

Actually, that's a system used in the parking enforcement world used to incapacitate vehicles. They boot your car, and you can move it until you pay a citation and someone removes it.

R2K said...

"Hey I don"t see anything 'wrong' with these signs!"

I said, repeating the most common, and thus the most boring joke found in the comments of this blog.

bethany said...

um, I know what booting a car is. I was making a joke.

Jeff said...

Good old Anonymous strikes again!!

Kelly Passmore said...

Hahaha! Love this "blog".
Great idea, so much fun.

Anonymous said...

Eheheh your blog is hilarious! I'm glad I'm not the only one who's bothered by unnecessary quotation marks! Equally annoying is when people write "their" when they should write "they're", or "who's" when they should write "whose".

Liz said...

So are they saying that the parking is only for the two places mentioned or that customers of those two places should NOT park there?

Anonymous said...

Wow, that's really bad. They used TWO sets of quotations - one around "customer's" and one around "will be booted" - AND they put an apostrophe in "customer's"!

Jeff said...

@liz

I actually was confused about the same thing! After a second read my assumption is that there is not parking whatsoever, but that "customer's" of Corrigan's and PJ's were parking there anyway.