Photo courtesy of Jerad Ford.
Found in Chiang Mai, Thailand.
More like “Termite highway exit ramp attraction signage”.
“Customers just can’t keep their hands off our wood!”
I had a bad experience with the Royal Thai sales rep. I told her she had a nice ash and I’d like to take a look at the fir around her cherry, but she said I wasn’t poplar enough. So I spruced myself up and came back the next day because I pined for her, and asked if I could cedar again sometime. She just chewed her gum and said “maple, maple not.” That beech! Only a dogwood play hardwood-to-get with me.
“I got your wood craving… RIGHT HERE!”
For your Woody life !
I know women think that all men would screw a knot-hole in a tree. But wood craving? Indeed!!
Smoking Thai causes wood cravings
Depending on what “chisel making” really means, I’m not sure whether or not I want it anywhere near MY wood…
Craving the hardest of all, morning wood.
That was brilliant, dangevin!
Along with pickles and ice cream!
I’a little borer short and stout,
Give me wood and hear me shout,
I’ll eat cedar maple and gum,
But Spanish Cedar yum yum yum.
I for 1 usually have a craving for wood after making chisel.
There’s a sign just beyond that one that reads: “Watch out for falling chisels”
It’s nice to see the Royal Thai Company advertising to the oft-neglected woodchuck demographic.
Shouldn’t this be in adult Engrish?
But watch out for the dam beavers.
In Soviet Russia, wood craves YOU.
*pssst* It’s a gay bar!
Royal Thai Company. Yes, we’re gay.
I couldn’t get my pregnant wife the peanut butter and pickles to satisfy her food craving, so I got her this beautifully hand-chiseled Thai furniture to gnaw on – a feast fit for a queen.