Can we just agree to convey?

Can we just agree to convey?

posted on 20 Oct 2018 in Signs

I wish I was born twice!

Photo courtesy of Helen Gorton.
Found in Japan. 

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algernon
algernon
3 years ago

Bu kake maybe

algernon
algernon
3 years ago

I doubt its by the beatles

Running Comment
Running Comment
3 years ago

I tried both “www.com” and “www.come”, but neither gave me any feelings.

Yu No Hoo
Yu No Hoo
3 years ago

The movement of great to be born brought me out of my shell.

Droll not Troll
Droll not Troll
3 years ago

It usually takes about 9 months between those first and second sentences.

Droll not Troll
Droll not Troll
3 years ago

That’s not my thumb, babe!

Droll not Troll
Droll not Troll
3 years ago

Mercy sakes, good buddy! Looks like we got ourselves a convey!

Droll not Troll
Droll not Troll
3 years ago

World Wide Wank.

Long Tom
Long Tom
3 years ago

Feel my disease, baby!

Running Comment
Running Comment
3 years ago

– I think I just gave birth !
– Nah, you just had a movement.

seventy2rd o clock
seventy2rd o clock
3 years ago

You’re welcome to http://www.come.again

Eggrish
Eggrish
3 years ago

Planned Parenthood Japan:
“Sharing that others felt: please don’t exist the floatus. Baby hurt the baby maker health. Understood, thank.”

Wax Frog
Wax Frog
3 years ago

Thumb thing wicked this way comes…

Droll not Troll
Droll not Troll
3 years ago

The Born Legacy?

Marum
Marum
3 years ago

Its a Conveyancing Company.

In Japan:

Bengoshi = Lawyers

Shioshosi = Scriveners (Conveyancing etc)

It is interesting to note, that the state of New South Wales alone, has as many lawyers as the whole of Japan.

Another pack of parasites, preying upon us in Australia.

Marum
Marum
3 years ago

EDIT: Shiho-shoshi

Marum
Marum
3 years ago

A Prime example of our “AMBULANCE CHASER” Lawyers.

An ex tenant of mine was injured at work. He was offered $40,000.00 compensation.
A law firm started pi$$ing in his ear, telling him that they would get him much more money. (No win, no fee lawyers)

So they did. But after they took their exorbitant fees out, he ended up with much less.

Moral of the story: If you assume that 90% of the people who cross your path are out to swindle you, you wont be far wrong.

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