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Friday Frolics

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Sign on the office bulletin board: “This year’s party has been cancelled due to last year’s Christmas party.”

Sign in a cluttered, old-fashioned hardware store: “We’ve got it if we can find it.”

Sign in a restaurant: “Come in and have a pizza the action.”

Sign in the Funeral Parlor: “Drive carefully – we can wait!”

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Sign at a gas station: “Fill up here and be tankful.”

Sign on a lighthouse: “Wanted someone for light house keeping.”

Sign at beach: “Sunshine free for the basking.”

Have a great weekend!

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