Giant Kids For Sale

It’s summer.  I can’t think.  I can’t write.  So, here are some signs around my neighborhood that made me go, “hmmmm?”

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I don’t particularly want to own a giant kid, but really, who can resist 1/2 price?

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There’s something about the extreme variety of advertised food that just made me shiver.

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I didn’t take a picture of this one, but there was a billboard that had this text –  with pictures of shoe prints going from one side of the poster to the other.  There was something wrong with it, but it took me a few days to figure it out.  The shoe prints were from a man.
Visit our Walk-In Mammogram Unit
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This one caused a bit of an argument as I was waiting in line.  The woman in front of me said she was glad to know that no one would be taking a picture of her from underneath the stall.  The woman behind me couldn’t see why she shouldn’t be able to use her phone – adding, “It’s where I get most of my emails read.”  Although, she did admit she’d dropped more than one phone into the toilet.
No Cll Phone Use In Restroom
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This one is from my gym and all I can say is – How the?  What the?  Ewwww!
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I’m headed to the beach in a few days and I’m sure (well, I’m almost sure) that I will return with tons of good writing ideas oozing from my pores. After all, I’m spending a week with several life-long citizens of Crazie Town and no good can ever come of that.  No good for them, that is. Bwahahahah.

5 thoughts on “Giant Kids For Sale

    1. CrazieTown Post author

      1WanderingTruthSeeker,

      Today the sign read: “The temperature in the jacuzzi may not meet your expectations.” Again, have to say Hmmmm?

      Reply

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