Thursday, March 13, 2008

what kind of "experience"?


Martin saw this one in Miami beach. Thanks to Gov. Spitzer, my mind was already in the gutter. Maybe they just mean a waitress who can fake like she knows what's going on.

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Oh boy. This sign sounds so shady. "Experience"… Night Shift … Ask for More. I think I better say a few Hail Mary's.

Anonymous said...

What you're missing is context. This is obviously an ad for the new Jimi Hendrix Stone Crab Grill.

Jill said...

I really like how at the bottom it says "Ask for more." It doesn't seem related to the job posting, it's just good general advice, tacked on as an afterthought.

Cray and Bickford Family said...

Hmmm...."experience"....it's all relative, I think.

Jeff said...

My mind went right where bethany's did.

Sotosoroto said...

I think that says "Ask for Moro," not "Ask for More." "Moro" being a name, apparently.

Still shady, though!

Big said...

fantastic site. Keep em "coming".

Anonymous said...

I think what the ad means is: we need a waitress with "you know what type" of experience, for the "night shift". in this case, the quotation marks could be a substitute for that smart eye-blink.

love this blog.

Victor

Anonymous said...

i mean: "love" this "blog".

Not quite the Bradys said...

TEE HEE! This one is so dirty I don't even know where to start!

Omgquoteslol said...

"Ask for More" !