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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Texicaster, Apr 6, 2020.
"Designed in California, Made in china"
In the building trades ?
Either GEFWIF* or Level Shmevel
*Good enough for who it’s for
"Tell your doctor if you've been to places where certain fungal infections are common"
"United We Stand, Divided We Fall" - Maidenform Bra Company
Is that a motto?
We can tell whose watching too much daytime TV!
lol, yea. I've also heard of the "Can't see it from my house" approach.
"If it ain't broke - we can fix that!"
For an e*ection lasting more than four hours, seek immediate medical attention to avoid long-term physical injury.
(Could be "election.")
There's a towing company in my region called Johnny's, and their motto (utilized in their advertising, and painted on the side of all of their tow trucks) is "Tell 'Em Johnny Sent Ya!" I'm not trying to be unnecessarily picky, but that never made sense to me, as it would seem that Johnny was the one BEING SENT, rather than the one DOING the sending...
“Try the food! It’s edible.”
Perhaps they’re referring to the city impound yard?
“Do Your Part, Stay Apart” is the new motto for Nashville during the quarantine. In a city full of songwriters this is the best they could do?
It worked! You remembered it.
The company I worked for for 36 years under 5 different names (now USFoods) had a contest for a new motto in the 80’s. $500 price. The winner was “What we say we do, we do do” I’m not kidding. Every sign that was posted was marked with da, da, da, da in marker. They took all the signs down in less than a month.
"Only a Gibson is good enough" always makes me laugh too!
Translates in my mind as "Only a Gibson is perfectly average"
There was a used car lot in Austin years ago, Hawk Motors.
Their motto was “Don’t Walk, See Hawk”.
In their defense, I never forgot it.
Some tax prep thing.
Sounds surprisingly shady to me.