I wish I were as funny as Johnny Virgil on 15 Minute Lunch (I’m a computer dumbass and can’t figure out how to post a link – so here is the url: http://15minutelunch.blogspot.com). I wish I was cool enough to come up with a pseudonum like Johnny Virgil.
The things that people google to get to my site are kind of kooky – but nothing like what takes them to 15 Minute Lunch. There’s no way that “spread eagle” or “dance cover letter to a resume” can even come close to competing with “granny porn without tongs”. So it turns out that, not only am I not as funny as Johnny, but I don’t get nearly as many head cases googling my blog. (Doesn’t the phrase “googling my blog” sound like something the old pervert at the bar would say?)
All I can do is find funny signs and post them here in the hopes that you will get a small chuckle.
Pictures of this flea market in Springfield, Missouri were sent to me by a sharp-eyed reader named My Mom.
I asked her if she picked anything up for me. She missed my sick sense of humor, but did give me a “Joys of Jello” cookbook that she found there. I’m a bit afraid to touch it though. Do you think rubbing it with Lysol would be enough to prevent the need for antibiotics?
Then we have what appears to be a spurned lover in charge of the signs for the Pleasant Hill Memorial Building. I would have given a million dollars to be there when the preacher asked if anyone had any objections.
Incidentally, the back side of the sign said, “Brad and Tiffany Early Reception”, but that side is hard to see from the street.
This particular school parking lot is satellite parking for a local Baptist Church and their preacher apparently disregards the noon deadline for ending a Sunday service so I had to take the picture sideways.
Do you know what is most disheartening about a school misspelling words on the official school sign? I went to this school. For 2 years. Granted, back then it was called Pleasant Lea Junior High and I don’t choose to remember much about those years. But I went there, by gosh. Not only that, but I think I placed in the school spelling bee.