Random ramblings from the cluttered brain of a Brit ex-pat North Devonian trying to keep cool in the steamy summers and warm in the frosty winters of The Great White North.
Well you definately have my curiosity up!!!!! but without knowing what the door is to...house, business, school etc. I can't even come up with a good guess............
The door seems to be a back door to a later addition to a century old building... originally built as a store on Main Street in my small town..... I didn't think the door was still in use.
Whatever happened, the message writer certainly wanted to make sure the point was read. Imagine nailing it up . ..
Let us know if you ever find out.
Hum....I think the light is misplaced...maybe someone hit their head going in or out. Let us know....if you ever find out.
I can't imagine..!Whatever it was it's really ticked someone off..lol
Looks to me like somebody switched the lightbulb in the fixture to a shower head. LOL! BTW - how to you get pics to enlarge when you click on them? Is it the kind of camera you have? Or a blogger function?
When I saw that, I thougt...There could be a lot of story's written as to what happebed...And then, you asked us to write our version...lol!well, let's see....I think this id an Outhouse Door....Now, YOU fill in the rest...LOL!
What a charming comment.I think someone went through the magic door and came out in Combe Martin and had such a shock when meeting Martin, we rushed back and put the notice up.
I'm afraid that only the owner of the house would understand the message. I suggest you ask him or her! We must know! :-)
I saw that door too. There is a lot of things that go on in downtown Stouffville that we don't know about or want to for that matter. Especially back there.I like your door photo:)
Oh, you know me. My version of the backstory would be something obscene. Of course, it may well have been, anyway. Great mystery.By the way, I've published the picture, and your reputation is quite safe :-)
Guess someone wasn't too happy. I would love to know the rest of the story myself. Great capture.
Well, I think someone was being forgiven for not thinking all the time. I wouldn't mind that. I'd like to be told I could think NEXT time. That THIS time was a freebie. I could just sit somewhere, drooling and smiling vacantly and save that thinking stuff for next time.And, I've been called it so often (especially by a certain Smitten person), that a-hole has become a term of endearment. ;)
How to make friends...and not enemies! Man!
Dennis says skinhead types make those SS things and lines through the letter S like that. It might be a warning to be nicer to the skinheads... or else they might ...next time.
Dennis thinks maybe the plywood is covering small windows--maybe somebody broke one of them.
"And, I've been called it so often (especially by a certain Smitten person), that a-hole has become a term of endearment. ;)"I rarely, hardly ever, almost never call Frank an a-hole. He's confused. I call him an a-wipe. ;)
i would not like a door like that one.
Someone was indeed quite pissed off! Interesting capture ;-)
Hmmm. Me thinks your town isn't as quiet as I thought!
those darn kids again! tsk!
What a hoot! And quite the comments....did you ever find out why it was there? and Hilary....that is soooo funny..just like a man to not hear what you said!!haha
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