Magick Sandwich has been on an unannounced (and unintended) hiatus while I’ve been working on a new project, a t-shirt directory called Greatest Tees on Earth. It’s been fun and time-consuming. I hope you’ll pardon my absence and enjoy these much more amusing examples of failure to communicate.
Normally, I dislike the profligate use of FAIL. It inflames my inner English major. But I can’t think of a better description for this duct-taped attempt at urban renewal. Of course, the sign is still operational, so I guess it’s also a duct tape SUCCESS.
At least the circulars and flyers don’t cover the sign that says, “PLEASE DO NOT LEAVE CIRCULARS AND FLYERS.” That would be rude.
Greeting cards are so audacious in their specificity, aren’t they? I would argue that if you’re searching for a way to save your troubled relationship in your local Walgreen’s Hallmark section, you’ve already lost.
Why spend valuable time maintaining your lawn and neighborhood property values when you can follow this homeowner’s example, grab a can of paint and spray on a little grassiti? This yard is ready for a fresh coat. (Why not go neon for a refreshing change of pace?)
I don’t know who decided that “the first motel ever converted from a movie theater and located in a small community” should be declared a historic site. That town meeting must have been a hoot. Lincoln never slept here…but you can!