Some things shouldn’t be an impulse buy

As my lack of posts might suggest, I’m completely under water these days at work, but I did find time to take a week long vacation back to Winnipeg, Manitoba. While I was there I snapped this shot of a sign that I’ve been amused by for a few years now… (click the picture to see the full size version)

I guess I would understand this text in a yellow-pages ad, if you know you have to find a place that offers this service you’d be looking in that section of the yellow-pages and this would be useful information, but on a street-side sign doesn’t make as much sense to me. I can only imagine someone driving down the road, seeing the sign and thinking… “hmm… that’s not a bad price, maybe I should take advantage of that right now on the way home… I have been feeling a bit run down lately.”

Author: Duncan Mackenzie

I'm the Developer Lead for the Channel 9 team, formerly worked on MSDN as a developer, content strategist and author.

3 thoughts on “Some things shouldn’t be an impulse buy”

  1. Now days people will try to advertise in anyway possible, I think in this case it would make sense that somebody suggested it and they took it at what could be considered and impulse buy! Its pretty funny though!

    Mr. Reid

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