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Wednesday, December 7, 2011

laundry

you will have to wash your bills somewhere else...

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16 comments:

Carola said...

Cool bubbles on that sign.

Gemma Wiseman said...

Amazing how a re-think of a common sign shows a different interpretation! Good one!

Photo Cache said...

a sign that i rarely see nowadays.

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RedPat said...

I like to keep my coins clean!

EG Wow said...

Ha! Money laundering? :)

NixBlog said...

We generally call these "Laundromats" here in Australia. But I like the puns on money laundering above. :-)
Bubbles are cool!

Thank you for hosting another great Signs, Signs Wednesday.

Inger-M said...

I love the take on this sign! LOL! It's also a creative sign.

Scrappy Grams said...

your comment, such a kidder! I do like the bubbles! Apparently you need to bring a sock of quarters.

Pat said...

It is a cute sign! Unfortunately, being a full-time RVer, I'm VERY familiar with these kinds of places! My undies have been washed all over the United States! Ha ha!

Francisca said...

Don't see many coin laundromats in Asia; they are mostly combines wash/dry clean shops. Lots of bill laundering here, though... ;-)

Sreisaat said...

A funny take on the sign! It reminded me of a laundry sign I also took and posted here sometime ago.

Have a great weekend@!

Inside Cambodia

Leovi said...

Do not let money laundering there?

BellaVida Letty said...

Hi, this is my first time linking up. My photos are from Art Basel 2011 in Wynwood and the many interesting business signs and murals.

Bella Vida by Letty
Have a great day.

Gypsy Lala said...

Something new to me.

Shanna said...

You have a great sense of humor. Thanks for stopping by my blog. It looks like you have some fun going on here at your place!

Sallie said...

Whenever I've had to use a laundromat, I feel as if I've taken a (financial) bath ;>)