I don't know - unnecessary quotes aside I think I am most disturbed by the two pleas to "DO NOT JUMP" and "DON'T GIVE UP". Wow.
"Sink" is the nickname of Doctor Arthur Jean-Paul Sinkerson, DDS, the local dentist who often moonlights as a water storage tank at this hotel. A remarkable man, that "sink".
In the sign, "sink" clearly refers to the bathtub. The bathtub probably got that nickname because of all the hotel guests who wash dishes in it.--David
Brilliant, olderbrother. Brilliant. Love it.
"DON'T GIVE UP"Because even if it means horrible burns and disfigurement, we'd rather you not die in our hotel. Thanks.
I just discovered this blog, and THANK GOODNESS! I hate hate HATE it when people misuse one of the most simple punctuation marks ever invented. Thank you for providing a place to mock them!
"Sink" must be a euphemism for "washing basin".
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