Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Humans put monkeys throwing poop to shame



Frankly nothing can brighten our day like good signage!
We've touched on this theme often in light of the joy universally shared at the expense of people's public humiliation. A notion not at all lost on our Hairy McSpecies!

Our first sign is one we've long adored. Located on the west side of I-5 just south of Salem, directly across from Enchanted Forest. We are late in the game grabbing a pic of this keeper as the mossy green beard of our dear pacific northwest has dulled the subtle nuances of redneck rattle can action. With the economic outlook as poor as it seems, this artisan should have ample interest in reiterating their lack of desire to sell this coveted property to the throngs of potential buyers. As a side note this trailer, fifth wheel, mobil weapons lab, feed trough,  virginity disposal or what ever you want to call it is located just a few miles from BeadyMonkey, the focus of our next purchasable positive review.   

Our second sign comes from a fine "barbar" shop in bottle tossing distance of the local Salvation Army. The real gem of this sign is not the inevitable vision of an elephant happily clipping away at the hair of some dude a la Rin Tin Tin but the realization that this simple sandwich board sign marks the funking Home Of The Fade. In lieu of this fadetastic signage we thought we'd include this rad youtube vid.

4 comments:

Beady Monkey said...

AH HA HA HA!!!! I love that old trailer, it has been there FOREVER! And it would seriously amaze me if folks still asked if it was for sale. I mean come on! It is a deluxe set of wheels.... it still has wheels right?

Auroras_Garden said...

I am suddenly ashamed to be human...can I throw poop at the "barbar" tee hee heee...

Spiderbite said...

No lie, the first picture looks like the outside of a place I hung out at in my late teens to early 20's. A friend's band practiced at a small crappy building they rented in the middle of some woods. Only there was an abandoned school bus and a port-a-potty outside, not a trailer.

At one practice session the port-a-potty burned to the ground in a puddle of blue plastic.

good times...

peter said...

I drives me mad that humans place monkeys in a state of being like silly creatures but actually they are very clever, they can plainly go to the pharmacy and get me some Viagra Online. I'm an elderly man so I wish I had one of those creatures here to give me a hand here at home.