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LOL! You have to love it!
Trop drôle !
Desperately Seeking Susan.
Its a nice sign, but I dont get it, lol.
A nice and funny sign...
Both the sign and Andy's comment made me smile! :-)
Who's Sue. Susan Anton? A boy named Sue? I dunno. Cute sign, though.Still on a break, except for occasional excursions back into the world of blogging.Re your comment on The Villages...I have no idea who the group was. Lois volunteered to take their picture for them and I caught this shot from the top deck.Hope you're doing well!
A desperate plea from a husband, who's wife has gone to stay with Mum for a while haha!
I love Andy's comment!
This one really cracks me up. So funny. What a great find.genie
Hehehe! Andy sure us a funny guy! :)
I don't hve the slightest idea. If it has something to do with Desparately Seeking Susan, that is so long ago that I can't remember.
I...think...so. How do the customers react to this?
Looks like some old signs I used to see as a kid.
Sue is not coming back until a full-time housekeeper and chef are hired.:p
Would that be Jim desperately seeking Sue? :-)
This sign got a lot of funny responses. Although it looks like an old motel sign, it's actually a "work of art" that is displayed inside the Drake Hotel. It's by Ken Lum and you can learn more about it here: http://www.thedrakehotel.ca/culture/permanent-collection/.
Art of rattling the mind into spinning a story! An intriguing sign!
it does inspire conversation! maybe the message under the sign changes every month or so?
I want to know what Jim did to make Sue leave :)
Maybe Sue thought the the rooms were a little too comfy for Jim, you suppose?
I hate the new word verification. Since I have trouble reading those "words", I am assuming others do too.