My new stuff is stuff that goes on my bike.
…And what is she smiling at? eew.
Boo for kaango, such imperative sentences.
Note to self: continue to support craig’s list.
-As seen in the home page for SFgate
hilare. I’m with you!
Surely they meant to say “Sell your stuff. Make room for a new bike.” That’s what any sensible person would do!
Seriously. Stuff? My bike is not “stuff”. >>Gah, the American Consumer, getting more “stuff”.
sigrid/ yes! (& argh!)>>lynn/ well written! That will bring a more positive demographic audience.>>charlotte/ Im with you. Im sure the bike will free oh-so-much space, right?…
That ad is just wrong on so many levels.
ah, but then you can buy other people’s bikes… and you can never have too many bikes…
tim/ well, re-wording could perhaps make more sense.>>kati/ ah yes! that’s very true 😉>SELL YOUR BIKE*>[*to buy more bikes]
funny. 😀>>let’s flash-protest! on our bikes! NOT for sale!
Hilarious! Their target audience are those folks who have had their bike sitting in the garage for 20 years. Good for us, more cheap bikes available. Or maybe they should fix it up and get out there.
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