Monday, June 20, 2011

"Today's forecast: Hot and humid, with a chance of showers"



Thank you, Bob!

19 comments:

Anonymous said...

Tonight it will be hot and humid in Berlin, Germany, because that's where my GF lives ;-)

Haven said...

All of my lesbian friends would like a refund plz. k thanks, haha.

Kim said...

I wonder if it shrinks when it's cold...

Jess said...

My noon is always first thing every morning.

PA Honeybee said...

Hmmmm, how do you conceal that kind of radio? Why would you need one right there instead of near your audio receptors? Is this another gimmick to lure dumb guys in & give them a reason to brag? Maybe it could be used as a pick-up line: hey wanna check out my "jewels" they're musical!

RSDS said...

Maybe the sound of the alarm is that of a rooster crowing.

Silliyak said...

Golden showers in the forecast?

Anonymous said...

i worked as a typesetter in my younger days ... and i can tell you whoever typed or proofed that ad got in a lot of trouble.
in about 500pt type for a huge chain in my town ... instead of "SHIRT SALE" i had ... yes, "SHIT SALE" ... imagine it went through me, the person that built the ad, the proofreader, the store manager, the salesperson, the editor, the printer ... and it printed!
i wasn't allowed to do "shirt" sale ads for a long time.

Cthulhu Sashimi said...

"Hi, I'm Philip, and I think you have something of mine..."

Anonymous said...

The left knob is for tuning and the right knob is for volume. Retractable cover optional.

Hattie said...

OHH the latest electronic POS. I saw them for sale in the hardware store, but properly spelled.

Jessa said...

On the subject of sign typos, one woman lost her job after publishing an advertisement for a 'Pubic Auction', rather than a 'public auction'

pharmacy chick said...

Well since most men THINK with that body part, it would be most fitting that it spoke also.

myoclonicjerk said...

You will never be caught (in the rain) with your pants down again.

Anonymous said...

Anyone noticing the shape of the art to the right? It only serves to emphasize, if you get my drift.

Anonymous said...

Hey 'Nony, I work in a similar business and you would THINK with all the eyes on the verbiage that SOMEONE would catch it.

Ha. ... Ha. ... Ha.

Seriously, people depend too much on the super-duper magical spell check in their computers. Esp. if they are not native speakers of English.

Unfortunately, spell check in most computers consider that word to be a legitimate one. After all, what do you call a male chicken? ("rooster" does not count) What is fortunate or unfortunate, depending on your position, most non-native speakers of English do not know the other meaning of that word.

And I avoid the word "public" like plague. Why? Too many people have done the "l slip" and converted the word to "pubic."

Amazing you do not catch it, but your maiden Aunt Tilly who has never had a dirty thought in her life (Ha!) will spot it at 1,000 yards.

Sal Paradise said...

Bah, I am waiting for the Artisan Cock Radio with Weather Display.

Dave said...

I worked in a grocery store that was the newest in the franchise. The product descriptions had been downloaded from the central office, but someone had changed the fertilizer printout to "Bag of Shit." Albertson's, McDermott, Allen TX, late 1990s.

Anonymous said...

Heat and humidity greater for the uncircumcised than the circumcised.

 
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