Friday, February 26, 2010

aproximate shapes


I'll just repeat Peter, who wrote, "While the real jewel of this sign I snapped in newberry, florida today is the bottom one, the 'brand new' makes me skeptical above, as well as the 'round' and 'oval.'"

9 comments:

toep said...

Aside from the fact that 'nastalgia' and 'dinnett' are spelled wrong, i will venture to say that someone has been slicing away at the table. Probably it now has at least one straight edge, hence goes from "oval" to "round"

toep said...
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toep said...

taken together these signs have a single message: this is a 'class' (not to be confused with crass)neighborhood.

Michael said...

Ah, Newberry. There are easier ways of getting women there. I don't think this is the forum for that however.

Steve said...

Aha, so this is what people did before there was Craigslist.

Kiryn said...

The "woman wanted" sign rather frightens me.

mdm-adph said...

Aye -- nothing is as scary on this post as the "woman wanted" sign.

Elizabeth said...

The real question: is that telephone pole in front of a church? It looks like there's a manger scene in the background.

dianegreene said...

I think it means that the table has a removable "leaf" - mwaaaah ha ha!