Saturday, September 10, 2011

so, um should I?


The hyphen is at least as confusing as the quotation marks here, as well as the fact that this sign appears to be professionally made. Thanks, Joshua.

5 comments:

Roland said...

Tip: Having an engraved and painted wooden "out of order" sign tells people your stuff is broken a lot, making you look less competent.

Erin said...

I think "Don't-Touch" must be the name of the repairman. Or maybe you're not supposed to touch the repairman (as in "We called the repairman, but he's a "don't-touch" repairman...").

toep said...

Close Erin, but i think it's a company name. A local DIFY (Do It FOR You, as opposed to DIY) service company, aptly named Don't Touch. As in: "Leave it the Hell alone before you make it worse. We're on our way...."

toep said...

@Roland, i dunno, i think it gives a nice effect, as in a this is a high-class rundown joint.


WV: cornesol, An explanation for an ever-so-slight limp. As in "what's wrong Tim?" "Oh, i have a cornesol."

Durinn said...

But WHO is telling me "Don't Touch?" Is it President Obama? Is it the homeless guy down the street? WHO?