Tuesday, December 11, 2007

not the boss of me


Rachel works at a strip club and blogs about it here. She explains on her blog that they did not have a boss as such when this sign was made.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Did they not have a "Boss" because he or she was Out and Off Service?

sitboaf said...

Oh my, what a train wreck.
Is that a crossed out "C"?
Was the "boss" confusing "service" with "cervix?"

Karen said...

Is there anything correct about this note?

Off ?
Upstair's?
"boss" ?
the arrow pointing DOWN where it says Go Upstair's ?

Gotta love it

(Good one, sitboaf)

Jeff said...

sitboaf, I think you win the award for best comment of the year. Seriously. I'm dying.

And I was just going to point out everything karen said. This is a shining example of how to get people to not respect you as "boss."

DP said...

There is all sorts of deliciousness about this one!

Anonymous said...

i thought at first they were calling me boss, which is one of the most annoying informalities to date. also, it appears this may be the second try, as writing can be faintly seen coming through from the other side.

badfae said...

Hmm. Well, if they didn't have an actual boss at the time, the quotation marks actually make sense. If the note-writer was ostensibly the boss, but not in title, that would make him or her the "boss."

The rest of it, on the other hand, is a big ol' mess.

Ted Striker said...

I've tried the Out Off Lime Service below the upstairs (ground floor if you aren't hip), and I have to agree it's "Boss"! Totally rad!