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This is something I saw which made me smile.BG - There are many Amish in our area, and they sometimes shop in regular stores. For those not familiar with the group, they are a very religious people who follow a strict dress code. Their clothing is very plainly made of dark fabrics.I was shopping at a nearby Walmart, and saw a married [you can tell by his beard] Amish man walking within the area with the very frilly ladies *unmentionables.* At first I thought that he was just cutting through to another department, but he was definitely strolling casually and getting an eyeful of the especially wispy items.When he saw that I had noticed him he blushed a bit and left the area. I wonder if he was thinking of a way that he could buy some of this stuff for his wife without his friends finding out, or if he was just curious about what we "English" [non-Amish] women have under our outer clothing.
I was behind a truck today, branded on the tailgate with a logo for a local construction company called something like "We Make Pools". Someone had scratched out the "l".I giggled for half an hour, and realised yet again that I am tragically immature.
Quote from: aion on April 27, 2012, 04:54:55 AMI was behind a truck today, branded on the tailgate with a logo for a local construction company called something like "We Make Pools". Someone had scratched out the "l".I giggled for half an hour, and realised yet again that I am tragically immature.In the pub where I work, there is a tin of pens and pencils behind the bar, labelled PENS. Someone at some point has added an 'I' to make it read PEN!S. I smirk every time I see it.And also whenever someone adds an 'I' to a TO LET sign to make it read TOILET.
I love puns. The dumber, the better.http://puns.icanhascheezburger.com/
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