You Thought Your Place Suckedâ€¦
Rent is probably really cheap, and at least theyâ€™re honest, right. Just like the first example â€” my hat goes off to them for the sake of honesty.
Donâ€™t Ask for the Straight Razor
Ask for the Perez Hilton Cut. Itâ€™s their specialty.
Take-Out for Cougars
Every town has a Cougar bar. In my town, itâ€™s â€œThe Quiet Womanâ€. Where I went to college, it was called, â€œSnookyâ€™sâ€. Nowadays these establishments are jumping on the â€˜honesty-based-marketingâ€™ band wagon, and are naming their bars after what it is theyâ€™re looking for. These are sound business principles.
Even They Donâ€™t Like Their Stuff
Lots of English-Chinese translations leave something to be desired. Case in point. Youâ€™d think that if the proprieters of this shop were uncertain, theyâ€™d just call the place, â€œGoodâ€.
Probably Best to Stay Outsideâ€¦
Not even going there. I mean literally, not setting foot in that place.
Chicks Dig Multi-Taskers
I donâ€™t even know what this business is, or how they came up with it or anything else other than this sign exists somewhere. It might even be a joke. But if itâ€™s not, then were they thinking?
This place is called “Mr. C*ck”. And apparently a good adjective to sum it up, is â€œcheekyâ€. Sounds about right.
This Place Looks Nice
Never judge a book by its coverâ€¦ Not so sure the proverb counts here.