sign posts

Technically, its not a sign, eh
But in honor of our gentle friends north of the border, eh
I wanted to say, eh:
Thanks for hosting the Olympics, eh
(saw this at Ricky's on W. 72nd St., eh)

33 comments:

  1. Ummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm - - - - -

    How do you look and feel 'American' instantly then huh? (trying to figure out what kind of spray it would be)

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  2. Who knew that we Canadians were all pepperminty. :) Thanks for the nod to "C eh N eh D eh"

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  3. Oh, that's funny. Is it a vintage sign? It appears so, and I think it's interesting that to smell Canadian you have to smell of peppermint! I'd have thought maple syrup... :)

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  4. You know all the fun spots!
    Who knew,eh?

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  5. LOL this made me wonder what the poster would look like for a spray to make you look and feel British!

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  6. I'm wondering what it says under the asterik: as used by some of the world's finest people.

    Love Ricky's!!

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  7. Would that be pine breath spray? Or old hockey skate flavored? That made me laugh until I passed "oat".

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  8. in answer to 'aims' - I think American spray would be fast food or old money

    just sayin'

    love this lady!!

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  9. So 'dedelestein' is INVIGORATING PEPPERMINT, eh?

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  10. OMG! That is hilarious! And yes, we should be thanking them profusely for hosting the games!

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  11. LOL. I want those red mittens that are all the rage up yonder....

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  12. So, if one has naturally pepperminty breath, should I conclude that one must be Canadian?

    American Breath Spray = McDonald's French Fries Flavor;)

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  13. If only it were that easy to "feel" like something other than what you are.

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  14. I've always wanted to try that, see if it works.

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  15. Oh, Canada!

    Love seeing the stuff you see everyday!

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  16. Oh boy, so now I know what went wrong with our failed bid to live in Canuck land. It seems it's just not enough to say "eh" all the time!

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  17. I wish I was Canadian. They seem like such a nice bunch of folks up there. Then again, I suppose they're happy I'm down here.

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  18. Thanks for sharing .. but we don't all look like that.
    When you wear a lumberjack jacket for 10mths of the year you really do need somthing to help with the smell.

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  19. Technically, eh, I like the red hat, eh, and plaid shirt, eh. Hahaha. Have a great weekend. Cheers Daryl!!

    Another one on the bucketlist -- travel to Canada.

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  20. Ummmmmmm...

    PS My captcha word is "stingi" - I hope that isn't a reflection on the breath spray LOL.

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  21. Pretty cute. Couldn't you have found some Canadian Club in your cupboard, though?

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  22. LOL, you get the award for the best blog of the day...too funny!

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  23. Art commerce art commerce art commerce art commerce art commerce.......


    Aloha, Dar


    Comfort Spiral

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  24. Well DAMN you beat me to it. I'm on board tomorrow.
    Yours is terrific!
    V

    PS And I never thought about them "smelling" of something! HA

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  25. Ha! Does make you wonder what we smell like...

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  26. Too funny! I'd buy it in a hearbeat, just for the grins.

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  27. LMAO... I have been giggling about this post for five minutes!

    Eh? ;o)

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