An oddly aggressive sign outside a church in Austin, TX.
Some signs at the local store in welcoming and friendly Lampasas, TX.
In these Covid-hit times, businesses have to diversify. And sandwich giant Jimmy John's is leading the way...into medical procedures. A little bit of a left turn there for JJ's, but full marks for thinking outside the sandwich box.
First, full marks for the Covida Loca reference. This I liked, very much. Is it in bad taste? Almost certainly. More a crime against language, and therefore against humanity itself is the "everyday". "Everyday" = commonplace. "Every day" = each day. Thank you for your attention.
I think this the best sign I've found since "Please Don't Eat the Soap", a genuine sign in a gift shop in a small TX town... Anyway, surely, this kind of thing is better left to a medical professional.
This kind of a confluence doesn't happen by accident. That's all I'm saying.
This kind of advice is why we have mountain rescue teams.
Here in the mighty US of A, we have only the finest modern toilet technology.
Texas water and Texas people (AKA, "Texans"), sure. Texas wind though?
These people want blog writers and Instagram "influencers" to post these pics on social media, right? They're looking for the free publicity. Well, don't fall for it. Oh.