Friday, February 22, 2008

if you really have to go


David saw this outside of a deli in Austin, TX. I guess it's semi-public?

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

A smiley? And "Thanks"? For what?

Not quite the Bradys said...

I think the "NO" with 2 red underlines is a direct quote from the cranky old biddy who believes her one function at that place is to deny "Restroom's" access to the public, even if you have a pee-pee dancing two year-old in the throes of potty training crying that he "CAN'T HOLD IT!" with you. She will be happy to tell you however, that there is a public restroom at the Walmart 11 blocks away.

Jeff said...

I can't quite tell due to the glare, but I do believe we have a second apostrophe here, leading me to believe this was taken at "Thank's Deli" and their logo is the crudely drawn smiley face.

Anonymous said...

Does not quite the bradys speak from experience? Methinks so. :)

Let's Clean It Up! said...

That apostrophe used to create a plural is a nice bonus.

joeythelovesponge said...

Come on in our store...where the whole world is free to pee!

Audrey said...

I do wonder what caused the sign. I've been a mom seeking a restroom and been told no...not a great way to build business.

Anonymous said...

yeah, cindy did have a tough time with the potty training, didn't she.

Michael Grant Smith said...

I guess I "didn't" pee behind your dumpster, either.

Sarah said...

I'm pretty sure I know where this is, and it's in an area where a lot of homeless people hang around. I'm sure "no" restrooms means "not unless you smell good."

KirBir said...

That's nice.
Free refills but no potty.