Sunday, June 22, 2008

not sorry for anything

Heather saw this in a truck stop and I love everything about it.  

7 comments:

Mike said...

Man, I want to go throw the front door!

willbraden said...

I love that spelling "thru" and "closed" presented a problem, but evidently "temporarily" and "inconvenience" were no trouble at all.

Paul said...

Drive throw temporarily close. Don't worry, it'll be throwing far in no time at all.

Rebecca said...

Yes, I can't get over the fact that they could spell inconvenience, because I can't even spell that right, yet throw is what threw them? tooooo funny!!

sitboaf said...

Speak English in our restaur...!
Oh, wait. That's the manager.

AC said...

I like the consistency. Like, if you're going to misspell "through," you might as well do it every time.

kiddle97 said...

And I love how they wrote every letter twice, on top of each other, just to make sure we got the point.