Monday, December 29, 2008

you know, fake ones


Ok, everything about this sign is excellent. Especially the implication that "canadian" quarters are not actually from Canada. Thanks, Nick.

12 comments:

k-bro said...

This is really funny. Especially since we don't know who George is, because it's not the one on the quarter ("Washington" is spelled wrong).

Anna said...

lol, that is funny!
Anna :)

La Pianista said...

"Eh?"

a Tonggu Momma said...

I love this one... especially since my husband grew up in George, Washington. Yes, that is an actual place - consisting of a truck stop, post office, several farms and Martha's Inn.

April said...

Even actual "Canadians" look and feel like the US version, so you have to examine them very closely. And listen to their Os.

Mike said...

Too funny, April.

john said...

aaaaaaaahahahaha, ascot washpersons

Amanda said...

God bless the Canadians!!
www.theperplexikon.com

amanda

Becky said...

I love "Let George do it." Classic.

Shannon said...

I had no idea there were "persons" who washed ascots. And I have such a backlog of dirty ascots.

John said...

Fantastic! That was one of my favourite tricks, back when the loonie was worth .60 - get a roll of quarters in Canada and use them in the washing machines in my US college dorm. They didn't jam, and I made FOUR BUCKS over the semester!!!

Kristy said...

Not only are Canadian quarters actually Canadian, not 'Canadian', but Canadian circulation coins are actually made in Winnipeg.
I took a tour of the Mint.