Monday, February 21, 2011

I guess it's a pop-up ad, huh?

I'm reading the news online this morning, and this ad was on the web page.

I can't help it. I'm immature and juvenile.


24 comments:

Erin @ Sassin' Southern Style said...

*snickers*

I'm 12, too.

Katrina said...

Plural, eh?

Grumpy, M.D. said...

Maybe he's a Centauri.

Old MD Girl said...

Or a shark.

Anonymous said...

"Reinventing small business" HA!

Not House said...

"Register with us, and watch your business insurance grow! Note: contact a doctor if your business insurance continues to grow beyond 4 hours"

Anonymous said...

God you are all immature and juvenile---way to go.

Kim said...

Directions to a friends house: 'make a left at McDonalds then take Aycock and Lovette which becomes Badcock.

oceankisses said...

I'm just immature and juvenile enough to snicker at this. Thank you for my first smile of the day.

Anonymous said...

the business symbol is oddly phallic too.

Anonymous said...

Those Engrish and their Essexy way of speech.

Li'l Azathoth said...

"Talk to an agent to see which of our coverage plans is best for you- the Latex Plan, the Urethane Plan, or the Lambskin Plan."

Anonymous said...

"You're in good hands when you're with Hiscox."

Anonymous said...

I always giggled over a local bbq joint's ad: Betcha can't beat our meat.

Captain Crab said...

Thanks for being immature. I am

Ben S said...

I didn't get it at first. Does that mean I've grown up?

Hardcore RN said...

I hope this wasn't really an ad for a male escort service!!

thegooddrlaura said...

have you seen the website for Pen Island?

The Mother said...

I have a 14 yo you'd get along with very well.

Watercolor said...

Awesome!! LOL

sparkly said...

Heh.

I used to work in the same building as "Manhard Consulting." Always wondered what it was they did there. Huh.

*snicker*

Anonymous said...

Hahaha! I too will join the 12 year old club! I had the biggest case of giggles when I saw signs in germany and Austria that said 'ausfahrt' I'm retarded!

-Maha

Ilona said...

There was a fellow on the Parent Committee at my kids' elementary school whose name was Richard Hiscox... but instead of going by "Richard" or "Rick" or even "Rich", he chose "Dick". Indeed.

Now it's probably just me, but I tend to think that a man who CHOOSES to go by "Dick Hiscox" is (over)compensating for something.

Chris@Knucklehead! said...

So when you think "Small business," be sure to think about Hiscox.

 
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