Thursday, November 3, 2011

Accidental Comedy Part III

  And, remember....always, always have your clothes on when dispensing gasoline.



    It also wouldn't be a bad idea to have a neck.

19 comments:

  1. I don't know, I think a floating head be kind of cool

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  2. Haha, this is excellent man. You Americans have the weirdest signs lying around!

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  3. @Pat: It would ensure nobody sat next to you at the movies.
    @Yeamie: My personal favorite is "Hump Ahead." Although, I'm always disappointed.

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  4. I like your comment to Yeamie even better than the post.
    xoRobyn

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  5. Psh, all these signs telling me to play it safe by placing my containers on the ground and having no neck... bah! Necks and free flowing gasoline all around!

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  6. Do not forget the extremely long forearms.

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  7. have you posted a sign of the speed hump ahead yet? because i know how those excite you.

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  8. do not forget the golf position, bending the knee and stuff

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  9. @Robyn: That's why I like writing comments. Sometimes the sign says "Speed Hump Ahead." Which is the natural result of "Speed Dating," I suppose. NOTE: With that rehash of one of my old jokes, I have just plagiarized myself.
    @Eva: Funny is where you find it. Sometimes when I'm in the shower, even.
    @Sub-Radar: Necks really are overrated. But, I guess youneed them to hold your ties.
    @Bushman: No, that's pretty accurate. I was at the pumping island for orangutans.
    @Sherilin: Speed Hump sign was posted a few months ago. The post was something like "Fun With My Cell Phone Camera." Or something like that. How frikkin' lazy am I that I won't even look at my own blog history?
    @Orang3: And cursing. Let's don't forget the cursing.

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  10. And I never thought Asylum Street was funny until you pointed it out to me. This is great. Naked gas pumping.

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  11. @Bersercules: Just ask any giraffe.
    @Barb: And I hope you never drive past that sign in the future without thinking that. Just a little bit of MY Connecticut upbringing brought to you.
    @Deborah: And funny-looking. Thanks!

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  12. I wonder how one keeps floating head positioned over ones body?

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  13. It's easy if you're a ghost. Come to think of it, though, I suppose you wouldn't need to drive then. You could fly.

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  14. Sorry, you can't make me stick my neck out. :P

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  15. I saw a sign in Hawaii recently that said, "Road Hump" ahead. I guess they didn't want us to think what everybody who sees the your "hump ahead" sign was indeed thinking...

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  16. @Dr. Heckle: That's what King Louis and Marie Antoinette said.
    @Pat: They're thinkers in Hawaii. Or sexually repressed.

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