Friday, May 23, 2008

No partner "necessary"

Zach sees this one every day when he goes swing dancing at the Chevy Chase Ballroom in DC. Too many quotation marks here to comment on all of them but I'd like to encourage all readers to try to say "Sunday Salsa Social" many times as quickly as possible.

Maybe R2D2 learned his stuff at this ballroom.

9 comments:

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Anonymous said...

The composer of this sign needs to leave the font-size function alone.

danae2 said...

The UQMs seem to be the least offensive elements of this sign. The heading irritates me right away because it spells "First" then uses "1st" just a few words later. At least be consistent. Argh!

Arthur and Amy said...

The best part is the "The Same," as if "The Same" is the name of something. Maybe it's a "dance."

Becky Vigor said...

I like the way that "dancing" casts into doubt the participants' abilities.

Not quite the Bradys said...

Liked "The Same" best here too.

Terry of DanceDirt.com said...

WOW!...I am "SO IMPRESSED!". For all of you who are so offended and seem to have such a "limited sense of humor", just look at how many people through my simple literary monkeyshines are now aware that for anyone who takes a class at the Chevy Chase Ballroom "for their first time", their "1st class" is "FREE"! And though we're in Washington DC, the link from this comment was sent from "California"! Thank you, R2D2 and blogger.com for the "FREE" exposure. TERRY CHASTEEN, www.PleaseDanceWithMe.com; I promise that your "Dancing" (and your social life) will "Never" be "THE SAME"! (Oh and the next time you're in town, be sure not to miss our weekly "SUNDAY SALSA SOCIAL!....") TerryChasteen@PleaseDanceWithMe.com

bronwyn said...

Umm Terry? Your sign is making my head hurt.

laura said...

To me, the quotation marks combined with the vague language make it seem like Terry is offering classes on how to lose your virginity in style. It must be all that "first time" business plus the suggestion of "dancing" - where was this outfit when I was a teenager?