Well, folks that’s it for today… I am going to be doing some work on a review coming up really soon (I lost my work, silly me, when I didn’t save my final draft of it, so I needed to start from scratch once more).
Years ago I saw these pictures and the story of a Garage in New Mexico that had been robbed a few times. These clever people came up with a solution that even made “the would be Thieves” call the police.
The owners of the Garage put out the word that they bought a Guard Lion, a Mexican Guard Lion (I guess that is why it looks different) for security in their garage. Reportedly they also got the word out that this Lion would attack anyone that broke into the business or climbed the fence.
When the Police came to the business, with the report of a dangerous Guard Lion on Duty, this is what they found:
This was just too tempting and I had to post this today… I know I posted these pictures before, ages ago on an old blog of mine, but most of you probably have not seen it. 🙂
I received this in my email and just had to share…
I had to keep the pictures huge, so if you have a slow connection be prepared for 3 big pictures to load. I know it may hurt my SEO, but this is too good to lose the detail too much on these pictures. lol
Colgate created a very ingenious advertising campaign to promote their dental floss, but before I explain to you the main detail of these images, I will let you appreciate them quietly~
Alright, now that you had time to quietly observe the images, in the first one you will now notice that she has one finger too many in her hand, in the second one a phantom arm is floating there, and in the third one the man has only one ear…
The campaign attained its purpose, because it proved that food remains on your teeth draw more attention than any physical defect…
I DIDN’T SEE THEM EITHER!!!
But I did see the food remains….
Really, I pride myself in being pretty good at being an observant Artist (something my Mother taught her art classes to be…and as a child I took part in one class on observation so I learned that at an early age…or so I thought), yet I too just stared at the food in the teeth and didn’t observe the other parts of the picture.
Please leave me a note and let me know if you did like I did and just focused on the junk in the teeth? I’d love to hear from you. 🙂
This is a true story of a Garage Owner in the Southwest.
He was sick & tired of thugs breaking into his garage shop to steal tools etc. So he came up with this idea . . .. He put the word out that he had a new “Mexican Lion” at the shop that would attack anyone who tried to break in or climb his fence. The would-be thieves saw the “Lion” from a distance and fled the scene.
Beware a Mexican Lion can be see below.
for more scroll down, I promise it will be worth it!
Keep scrolling down…really, you should
Okay here it is, another picture.
I’ll give you 5 minutes to stop laughing !
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