What does that sign say?

3D-dance-flick-to-hell

I know, the words you CAN read are ‘3D DANCE FLICK TO HELL’. And if you are like my daughter you did not think twice about it because you know that the movies out right now are: Up in 3D, Dance Flick and Drag Me to Hell – a title, BTW, that makes me wonder why anyone would want to see that movie – but I am thinking some of my clients have taken it as a directive this week.

If you were me, well if you were me the noise in your head would be deafening and you would be shopping for a straight jacket. But I am used to it and I can function quite well on a daily basis, except for the insane urge to photograph every visual pun I stumble upon. I am surely going to get punched in the face one day, but I doubt I will be committed (for this anyway).

Now that the status of my sanity is out of the way, I would like you to squint at the picture above. specifically the second line starting with ‘dance’ and tell me how that reads for ya now. Seriously, think of the change in meaning now that the sentence reads ‘3D Dance F_ _K to Hell’.

What’s with the blanks, you ask? Look, I have a filthy mouth at home but I kind of feel that on this wholesome ‘mom’ blog of sorts I should draw some lines.

Of course that sentiment is rather inconsistent with the fact that last month the most popular search terms for this blog contained the word penis.

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One response to “What does that sign say?

  1. I also put the spaces with the F-word. Good to know I’m not alone. And I also saw it when I first looked quickly at the photo. Shows where my mind’s at.

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