Monday, March 24, 2008

dirty


This from Cathleen in Clearwater, FL. I'm guessing these are appropriate, but why would you say so about your own motel?

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

I have no idea what this sign is advertising.

the Finnie family said...

I'm interested in the weekly eff!

Jeff said...

I could use a goof eff this week. As long as it's "clean".

Anonymous said...

If anyone's not in the know, "EFF" refers to efficiency rooms (meaning, they have their own tiny stove, fridge, etc.). Like a tiny apartment without those pesky background checks and leases. Considering that's it rented by the week, it probably attracts drifters. So perhaps "CLEAN" is a polite hint to potential residents that they need to be drug-free?

Sarah said...

I know they're ditto marks, but I prefer to think they've just suspended some QMs in air.

Anonymous said...

Ah, thanks Anonymous you've shattered a sweet illusion as to what an EFF in a hotel room might be. Thanks!

Andi said...

^^
Only in the hourly ones, hun.

Anonymous said...

"Eff off." Much more fun thinking about those meanings in a hotel room for 175$.

Not quite the Bradys said...

I think it's this:
"We clean the rooms (at least weekly), but they may still be dirty/toxic due to the large percentage of our clientele that come here to cook meth in our "efficiency room" coffee pots."

This sign reminded me of a Chris Rock stand-up routine when he's talking about people who get on t.v. and say things like, "I TAKE CARE of MY kids." or "I FEED MY baby." He says, "What are you talking about? You're SUPPOSED to take care of your kids! It's not something to brag about!"

You're SUPPOSED to clean your motel...!

Anonymous said...

weekly eff!!

Anonymous said...

I think it's more like, someone said they were clean once. Not us, but someone.