Saturday, December 26, 2009

Pink Business Sign



Sometimes people just have bad taste. Even pink doesn't help this sign that is actually planted in a person's front yard!

The house sits across the street from three schools: a high school, a middle school, and a private school. I wonder if it draws in customers.




Precious Beverly at How Sweet the Sound hosts Pink Saturday

Please Pause at her Place to see Plenty of other Pretty Pink items that Precious Pink Participating People are Presently Presenting for your Perusing Pleasure.

They've Plotted, Planned, and Preformed to Perfection so you can take a Peek.


See you in two days for Blue Monday!



22 comments:

The Bliss Journey said...

Whoa, wouldn't want anybody to know even if this was my business. Do that many people really have lice that someone actually has this for a business? I think I'll walk around in a shower cap.....
Kathleen

Linda said...

Just when you think you have seen it all....well something like this pops up. That is scary that someone can have a business doing this...ewww!

Barbara H. said...

I would hate to walk in there -- I'd fear accidentally catching one! My kids had lice only once when in grade school. It was sooo tedious to deal with, I hope to never see another.

Becky K. said...

Oh.My!

JLS Hall (Joysweb) said...

Tacky. But the "nit fairy" cartoon is cute. What a business to be in!

Knitty said...

I wonder if people walking by twitch and itch? Ewwww!

Cindy said...

Oh my jaw has dropped! I can't imagine that there is a huge market for such a thing...WOW

artis1111 said...

Salons are supose to refuse to cut hair that has lice. The parents must treat the child. If you are not informed before letting the client sit down. You have to close the shop, and disenfect the salon. Kathy

Killlashandra said...

That's really odd. I'm not sure what to say about that sign...

Heidi Pocketbook said...

That is a jaw-dropper for sure. Ewww, gives me the heebie jeebies just to think of it!

This has to be the most unique Pink Saturday post ever, Sally!

Mevely317 said...

Yeuuuu!
Can you just imagine folks using that as a "landmark" when giving directions?

storyteller said...

Oh my gosh! I suppose there's a need, but I wouldn't want this sign anywhere near my home ... seriously. Hope you had a wonderful Christmas. Happy Pink Saturday ;-)
Hugs and blessings,

Erica said...

What a weird sign....but thanks for sharing.

www.erica-sweetonyou.blogspot.com

claudie said...

I'm speechless Sally... and that doesn't happen very often.
I thought someone spelled "knit" wrong. How weird is that?
Happy or not Pink Saturday.
Love Claudie
xoxoxo

♥ Kathy said...

I bet they get a lot of business from the elementary school. Head lice is a huge problem with the little ones.

Shirl said...

Hi Sally, Happy Pink Saturday! Yes a very strange sign for sure! I did not know they had such a need to have a business for it. Maybe the home remedy stuff does not work.
See you Monday.
Shirl
Shirls Rose Cottage

Andrea said...

Better late than never...Happy Pink Saturday!
Blessings and hugs,
andrea

Blondie's Journal said...

How incredibly odd...never heard of such a thing.

Happy Pink Saturday!

xoxo
Jane

squawmama said...

Yupper that is not a great sign... BUT funny!!! Have a wonderful day and enjoy the warm weather... We had snow! LOL LOL
(((HUGS)))
Donna

Beverly said...

Oh my gosh, Sally. That sign has to be one of a kind. Who knew!!!???

Happy Pink Saturday and Happy Holidays to you and your family.

dana said...

I would say that person has found quite a business niche! I wonder if they move the sign around to different schools when they hear there is an infestation? :)

This was a great Pink Sat. share!!! Hope you had a good one and a Merry Christmas, too. I'm going to be scratching my head the rest of the night!

Dana

Cindy said...

At least it is in a good area for that kind of business, near the schools.
cidny