Wednesday, April 30, 2008

not just "any" home


Damon spotted this one in New Delhi. Other examples from India here and here. Believe it or not, there is another article in quotation marks here. Maybe it is "the" home away from home, really.

4 comments:

BatmanAoD said...

The part I find funniest about this is "Cottage yes please." What exactly does that mean, anyway?

Kathy said...

There's a lot NOT to understand about this photo. Wow.

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So, how understand this photo?

hissyfit said...

I think the "Cottage Yes Please" is supposed to represent some kind of dialogue they would like to encourage: They ask, "Cottage?" You reply, "Yes, please!" Apparently they have some cottages they want to rent. More money, I suppose.