Wednesday, April 01, 2009

not trustworthy


Miguel spotted this one in Orlando. You know, the more I think about it, the more I think it's a bad idea to ever trust an explosive anyway.

10 comments:

katieaddis said...

Your blog makes me so happy! Thanks

iRamble said...

LMAO this is great!!

Pink said...

What's with half the sign being orange and the other half red?

Anonymous said...

@Pink: My guess is that half the sign has spent more time in the shade of the building, and the other half has been sun-bleached.

MB said...

I live in Orlando. This sign is nothing compared to some I've seen. Great addition to the blog!

Rodwellian said...

I've just discovered your blog thanks to my friend. It is very early here and my boyfriend is getting angry at me as I'm "literally" (just for you) laughing out loud.

This particular one makes you ponder. Hmmm... "you can trust". What is the hidden meaning here? I think there is one.

Michelle said...

Oh dear, this couldn't be more perfect :)

Michelle said...

While most of the pictures on this blog utilize an incorrect use of grammar, this one could be correct. "You can trust" could be a phrase they are perhaps pretending other people say about their store, so it could really be a quotation.

bethany said...

michelle 2: I guess so, but that's still pretty dumb. The key word being "pretending"

Anonymous said...

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