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Wednesday Wordplay – When the Lights Go Out

Sometimes, it’s just too easy.  Below is a picture of a business located close to my home. It’s like when astronomers gave us Uranus, or when the phone gods gave us *69 for, um, reciprocating phone calls . . . could it be that neon electricians strategically wire their signage to eventually yield such comical results?  Makes one wonder.

Oh, and as for this business? Apparently their clientele has mysteriously quadrupled in the past week while their customer satisfaction rating has plummeted.  Go figure.

Tit Loans


3 comments on “Wednesday Wordplay – When the Lights Go Out

  1. Paul Scibona
    July 10, 2013

    You don’t need a Nikon to capture that.

  2. Grande Falcone
    July 10, 2013

    Ha! I actually waited for another guy with his iPhone to take a picture before I snapped my own. Great publicity for that place!

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