“Signs, signs, everywhere the signs…’

A couple of weeks ago, I stopped into a local drug store with a person who is very close to me but will remain nameless to protect her dignity. She looked at the marquee and asked me, “So, what is a ‘hiney’ shot?”

Hini shots?

I told here that I believe that they were referring to an H1N1 flu shot. Normally they are administered in the arm, but if she really wanted one in the “hiney”, I’m sure they would accommodate her. It did give us a big laugh about the thought of someone walking in the pharmacy, dropping their pants and asking for a shot in the butt.

Right across the street was another sign on the front of the movie-rental store. We’ve all seem signs for free kittens…

…but this was the first time I’ve seen a sign for free kids. So is that supposed to be an incentive? I wonder how sales are going.

5 responses to ““Signs, signs, everywhere the signs…’

  1. I looked at the sign and wondered, “What IS a heiney shot?” 🙂

  2. Hiney shots are illegal in Georgia.

  3. LOL – I love the hiney shot! Usually my favorite people are the ones who would say something like that!

    A different kind of thing, but for years and years I thought the word “misled” was pronounced MY-ZULLED. In my head it meant exactly what it was supposed to, kind of like a miser who would lead you in the wrong direction.

  4. These two are the funniest I’ve seen, one intentionally, one not. The first was a sign in front of a tire store, at the time of the John and Lorraine Bobbit case: WHEN SHE ASKED WHAT HE WANTED DONE TO IT, HE SAID BOB IT!

    And this one appeared in front of a very radical church, during Easter: JESUS DIDN’T DIE ON THE CROSS SO YOU COULD HUNT EASTER EGGS! Talk about a guilt trip!

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