Translation: Stick Your Gum Here Hotel Novotel, Luxembourg
There is a diner on west side of Ohio where they have a whole wall. They make loose hamburger meat sandwiches. I would have to look at photos in my album to find the name. Better on sign than ground and then shoe!!
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I agree with you about a better place. I had never seen one though so this one certainly caught my eye. Love that the diner has a wall. LOL
It’s a good thing it’s Wordless Wednesday because word certainly failed me for this one. 😉. Love it.
Now that is just too funny! : )
I loved how you could pick out how you were feeling that day and slap your gum on that face. LOL
With only my first 1/2 cup of coffee consumed, I didn’t realize it was in another language…I thought it was misspelled. I find the “saving” of chewing gum icky…
LOL Only 1/2 cup of coffee will do that to a person. 🙂 Saving is icky, but I guess they felt making something humorous out of it was better than people tracking it in. I’d never seen it before and haven’t seen it since. 🙂
Cute, except for the poor bugger who has to clean that sign off from time to time 😦
Isn’t that the truth. 🙂
Ha! Wow! Not sure how I feel about this…..
Cute and yucky at the same time! Imagine some little kid running up and grabbing a handful – omg I’d throw up!
You certainly saw many one-of-a-kind things on that fabulous trip though!
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Well, there’s that. 🙂 I looked at it and thought of all the DNA on there, but I think I’ve been reading too many mysteries. 🙂
This Wordless Wednesday has me totally speechless… but smiling at the quirkiness! 🙂
I really think every elementary school needs one of those! I love it!
There’s a project for you. I’ll bet it is just printed, affixed so it can be pulled off and thrown away, then a new one attached. I know you and Photoshop could do that. 🙂
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