If you want to tell people the truth, make them laugh, otherwise they'll kill you. -- Oscar Wilde
" Eternal Damnation: the Ultimate Tow"
"Out, Out [of my] damn [parking] spot". What Shakespeare actually meant to write
Oh sorry! I'm laughing so hard I cannot think of a proper caption! LOL!"ye be dammed, ye spot hog!"
"Not Blessed" . . . you know what that means. Kiss goodbye to the bingo trophy.
Anyone figure how to park more than 1 pastor in this spot? (I think they meant "Pastor's")
generous donors exempted
"As the bishop pulled into the parking lot, he saw and sign and thought to himself, "Oh reaallllly?"
Sorry Pastor, but if it's a choice between not being blessed or having my car keyed in the convent parking lot then I'm parking here!
Taken from the Anti-Beatitudes, found only in the most apocryphal gospel.
It's just a good think for Jesus that he is used to walking everywhere...
Arch,It looks like there's an apostrophe there, but it's very faded. Unless it's a smudge on my screen.
CMinor, there IS something there, but I can't tell if it's a painted over apostrophe, an artifact of the sign's mounting (there is a similar marking before the "P") or just blemishes from being exposed dirty hands, the elements, kids, lousy driver....
"I will bless those who bless you and curse those who park in your space."
I'm appalled at the horrible font selection. Yes, I'm a nerd.
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