Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Canadian Catastrophe

Joe spotted this catastrophe at a Days Inn in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan.


I think it's safe to assume that more than one employee works at the hotel.

Thanks, Joe!




10 comments:

Nufsed said...

Perhaps the message is that this laundry room stands alone; although there are many laundry rooms, no doubt with various owners, THIS laundry room bears the distinction of being the SOLE laundry room belonging to said employee.

Laura said...

It looks like that apostrophe was an afterthought, like someone looked at the sign and said, that ain't right and corrected it with a Magic Marker

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Anonymous said...

I think it would look better if the sentences were reversed:

Laundry Room:
Employees Only.