Arriving at a friend’s home just got a hilarious twist! Say hello to the ultimate doormat with a long and witty note. It sets the stage for a unique welcome experience. Leave it to this doormat to greet your guests – both close and questionable – so you don’t have to!
Have you ever wondered where you stand on the friendship spectrum? Friends? Acquaintances? Neither? Well, this doormat has the answer! Whether you’re a close friend or not, take this doormat diplomacy in stride. Humor knows no bounds, but friendship? You’ve got to draw a line at someone just showing up unannounced, right?
Look, sometimes you just can not handle people. This is a good doormat to create some much-needed personal space. And let's face it. It's important to be honest with people in life. It's no good simply welcoming people into your home when deep down, you really don't want to be hospitable right now.
And it's not fair on them either if you're not in the mood. So it's best for everyone if a doormat like this stares the visitor flat in the face. We don't know what the case might be here. Maybe it is just a seasonal thing. Maybe they'll switch the doormat for another one that says "come in" when the summer comes around.
An Introvert Lives Here
Step right up to a doormat that understands social boundaries better than most people! People don’t get the hint. At some point, ask yourself whether it might be time to stop talking. The note on the doormat is more than just a quirky line; it's a manifesto for introverted life.
The one-sentence social interaction limit is a gentle yet firm reminder - engaging in small talk isn't on the agenda today! Picture all the reading, binge-watching shows, or snacking that must be going on behind those doors. Sounds like heaven! So, please. Walk up quietly, ring the doorbell, and leave. It’s better that way for everyone.
For Whom the Dog Barks
Step aside, John Donne, because there's a new bard in town! It's no secret that dogs love to bark, and this clever adaptation of “For Whom The Bell Tolls” by Donne gives voice to canine aspirations everywhere. Why, the dog barks for thee, of course!
Yes, that means YOU in plain speak! A bark of curiosity and maybe a bit of suspicion. A bark of love and trepidation – why don’t my humans open the door, already? “For whom the dog barks” is actually a silly question. Who else would the dog be barking at if not someone at the door?
Knock Knock. Who's There? Chaos!
Sometimes, you have to be careful what you wish for. But when you are a delivery man, you really can't guarantee that the person who's going to open the door for you is going to be particularly welcoming. In fact, they might just be downright crazy - or even worse, they might have children.
There is also the very unlikely chance that the owner of this doormat simply likes messing around with their visitors and simply wants them to knock. After all, knocking is the universal indicator that someone wants to get your attention from outside your home. It's much more polite than just knocking the door down.