Never gonna get old

Yes, I am aware that this sort of thing was in vogue about five years ago.

But this involved my lazy Saturday afternoon and the power pole outside of my house, so I declare it enduringly hilarious.

File here, if you want to bring this ridiculousness to a pole near you.

Comments

  1. Paul J. Stam says:

    Can I get the pole without the attached sign. – Thank you so much for stopping by Paper, Mud and Me and I’m glad you liked my “Favorite names” – Wait till you read the next one. The name is “Marisha.” Bet you never heard it before.
    Love what I’ve read so far on your site and will be following you.

  2. Rick Astley does kind of ugly up the neighbourhood. Every so often I do clean the pole — gawd, that sounds so dirty — but the other sign up there right now is trying to find a family (of humans, I presume) for a homeless cat, so I want to give poor kitty a fighting chance at everlasting catnip-and-skritches-based happiness.

  3. Jeni, you’re so funny! Now I can’t get this song out of my head…

  4. Wonderful! X

  5. kitteakat35 says:

    LOL! That is awesome….and hilarious!

  6. hahahaha, cool! :D

  7. I love it! :-)

  8. Yes I remember this one from earlier in the summer! You have much more creative tree-posters over there than we have over here! So funny.

  9. I assume you’re also familiar with the Lionel Richie street sign…

  10. That’s very funny… I never saw this kind of poster before. It’s a good idea!

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