If some body means you shop
Photo courtesy of Shreesha Mokhashi.
Found at shopping mall in Bangalore India.
Well peek a boo
How does the counter phone
If there’s a body in the counter, call the police.
If no body, then means you last one alive. It probably behind you.
If no body in the counter, the “shop ’til you drop” campaign failed.
If you notice a burning smell of urine, body has been in counter too long.
If a body in the counter means their number was up.
Please notify the Reaper at your earliest convenience.
I suppose that number would be a trunk call. 😉
Must be one of those drive-thru funeral homes.
No Body knows the trouble I’ve seen.
Don’t take your vehicle to this body shop.
Maybe The Reaper is communicating with us through leetspeak…
GE A EGELE.
Gee a eagle.
But they blurred out the last few numbers, so we’ll never see what
the eagle means!!!
Final Destination 6 plot-line.
If a body in the library, call Miss Marples
I’ve heard of slow service. But this takes the cake.
(As Marie Antoinette might have said)…. 😆
This is the most complicated dialing “shortcut” I’ve ever seen.
A Non Y. Just like the “old” Nokia Phones.
The usual half a million – easily remembered – keystrokes. 🙄
@I lock. I don’t know if this will help….But:
If I had the wings of an Eagle,
And the dirty black ar$3 of a Crow,
I’d fly on high o’er the city,
And crap on the people below.
They had to pixelate it because the number is 9343941(•)(•)
Thanks mate. It is obviously in ascii then. 💡
@BtU – It’s an obscene call, then.
This can’t get any number
@BtU: It’s a booty call!
Murder in the counter
“Dial 9343931-M for Murder”
*sings* I ain’t got no body, no body cares to call me…
I have just read a late 18th century English book and the term “some body” is always written separately in it. Maybe this Indian text just a bit archaic from the colonial times.
It is still funny with the current English meaning though. 🙂
They wouldn’t stop asking for a raise…
Slumbery is actually correct, though