That’s a nice set of choppers

by statia on March 24, 2005

We had to walk over to the UPS store to ship out some stuff, and get something notarized. We seem to go in there so much, that the owner knows us by first name. I find it amusing that they have the weirdest shit in there. It must be a California thing, I don’t remember the mail places in PA having little plaques with redneck sayings on them or beanie babies. They have a couple of racks with like, greeting cards and postcards and stuff, and there’s one post card that always cracks me up because it’s a “then and now” picture of Fisherman’s Wharf in the city. See if you can see for yourself why this amuses me.

Then and Now (picture is a little big to show detail)

Now, honestly, if that’s a picture of how the wharf looks now, then tell me when we came back to lamb chop and stache revolution. The picture is circa 1985.

The cheese factor of the fashion was funny enough to be worth the 50 cents I paid for it. I mean, look at the cashier sitting in the back with the total mafia mustache and thick brows brow.


Deltus March 24, 2005 at 10:51 pm

Your local UPS store has a notary public?

Seeeeester March 25, 2005 at 2:58 am

Hahahahaha! That’s funny! Also thought of you yesterday… ding, dong…”We brought the green bean casserole.” I know that commercial must send you running to the bathroom

Empress March 28, 2005 at 7:44 am

We just went to a new UPS store that opened up around Christmas. Along with the obligatory postcards, they sold all sorts of office supplies (which still makes sense) but they also sold stuffed animals, sweatshirts, tea and jam. Now, I ask you, if you were shopping for tea and/or jam, would you go to the UPS store? I think not.

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