Obsessing about acting, theatre, queer politics, spirituality, Celts, community, nature, masks, and occasionally, wolves. That's about as specific as I can get.
Ha ha ha! Sometimes insightful and poetic, sometimes a teenager... You ARE the perfect man!
I've been banking at the Seaman's Bank for over ten years now, and still can't help a giggle or a snicker now and then.
It's a helluva town!
I'm right there with you! I'd be snickering, too!
Oh you are such a boy!I can bet my hubby would snicker too. Sometimes I catch him being his ten year old self and I gently remind him that he's letting the little boy take charge again!!! He laughs at being caught because he thinks women don't notice these things. I can so see you getting a kick out of this sign. This I do find endearing about you Patrick.xoxoEnjoy your weekend~!
Well I think it's funny too. Maybe I'm spending too much time with adolescent boys (or grown men who haven't outgrown that adolescent humor).
I loved that we took the moment to capture this picture - I have to walk this every day on my way home...and I admit...unless I am REALLY sleepy - I find the giggle springing out ;-)
I would probably make it a Christmas card or an invitation...hee hee. As a real estate developer I think I've just been inspired. I wonder if I can get those street names through city planning without notice. Nothing like some good old teenage humor to get me through the day. thanks.
One of my bosses lives right there - on Cumming - and I occasionally go to parties at his place. I like the idea that I'm partying at Seaman and Cumming. And the last party was during Fleet Week, so it was especially appropriate.
Great corner signs. I'm sure the persons who put up the sign had their own inside joke about it as well.
My kind of humour.
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