Thursday, May 07, 2009

which is the euphemism?


inexperienced and immature. awesome. thanks, Graham.

8 comments:

E Mena said...

Did you notice the sign above it guarantees "Free quotation on all work"?

Buffy said...

I think "mature" must be a euphemism for octogenarian.

Derdrom said...

The title character in
Léon: The Professional always refers to himself as a "cleaner". He's a professional killer.

Me said...

Oh, by the phone numbers I can tell it's over here . . . UK, that is. And they have lots of euphemisms here, many I don't understand (as a transplanted American). The ones I really love are in the personal adverts: 'solvent' and 'tactile' are very common. I understand tactile (touchy-feely-cuddly), but solvent? It has something to do with working and supporting one's self, as near as I can tell, but beyond that, I'm lost.

Pink said...

I wonder what she's so "experienced" in?

John said...

Oh, my-- all those quotes threw me off so, that at the end I thought the advertiser was purporting that s/he "lives LEGALLY!"

Anonymous said...

And doesn't clean...

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