Sunday, May 27, 2012

Or for... you...


Inga saw this in Berlin and says it translates to "Flowers for 'her.'" Clearly a shop for men who are actually just buying flowers for themselves. It's cool to like flowers, dudes.


(Editor's note: I'm doing a two-step cross-country move this summer. If posting becomes sporadic, please forgive me. I'll do my best to keep up and work ahead if I'll be without internet for a few days.)

7 comments:

Dirk Cotton said...

Maybe it's flowers for male cross-dressers?

Laura Keeley said...

You doing the two step cross country move? What music do you play for that?

Laura Keeley said...

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chillvillain said...

My buddy Ryan shared this site with us after a vendor sent us an email full of oddly placed quotation marks (He might submit it actually). Comedy gold, thanks for the laughs.

What movers are you using for your cross country move? Have you heard anything about HireAHelper.com ?

Johnnyblue said...

Actually it is flowers for "you". Formal german uses capital to designate you formal in formal speech.

bethany said...

chilvillain: I'm using Mayflower movers. If I have a great or horrible experience, I'm sure I'll at least tweet about it. One of my friends just praised HireAHelper but that was the first I heard about them.

-Aaron- said...

Agreeing with Johnnyblue -- It's more likely (and indeed make more sense) that the sign means "Flowers for "you"", though given the sign composer's mastery of quotation marks, perhaps they haven't mastered the proper usage of capital vs. lower case letters either!