This is like the risque, male version of that El Arroyo sign from a little while ago. If you’re one of these professions – which are famous for their seductive ways, especially when that lonely wife gets them in her sights – you might have the opportunity to celebrate your first Father’s Day.
This sign tells us nothing about what the store sells or what deals there are, but if you walk in there and announce that you were one of those professions (or a pizza delivery man, or a groundskeeper) you might get a cheer and a free drink.
Drinks Make the World Go Round
Do you know what the love languages are? They're the five ways people experience and show love: physical touch, quality time, acts of service, words of encouragement, and giving and receiving gifts. This sign has a clever and quick way to check a couple of those boxes with one simple act: buying a round of drinks.
Of course, there's the buying – that's a gift – there's the time spent sitting and drinking – there's quality time – and doing something for the other person – an act of service if we've ever heard of them. Go on, show your loved one how much you care.
Give Peas a Chance
Perhaps this little vegan establishment in Vancouver is onto something good. Perhaps we do need to leave the meat behind and consider more veggie options and "give peas a chance." This wouldn't be the first quirky sign outside of a vegan/ vegetarian restaurant.
It's a lot better to read a funny and light sign like this one instead of "Vegan Restaurant" or "Vegetarian Cafe." Whether you're a radical vegan or on the opposite end of that scale and a complete meat-eating carnivore, you can't deny that this sign is a nice way of stating that this cafe is animal-friendly.
Nothing Krabby About These Patties
Burger King is seen as the younger brother to the king of the fast-food burger store, McDonald's, but there are plenty of people who prefer their food to the Clown Prince of Fries. They've been trying to branch out into humor, and this sign is going to get a chuckle from any of the millions who watched this cartoon show while they were kids.
Or adults, even. Of course, if they are hiring managers and Mr. Squarepants is one of the employees, they might have a hard time finding someone who is willing to manage this establishment – Spongebob is well-known for his hard-to-manage working style.
Quick, Write it Down! We have detail, I repeat, we have detail!
El Arroyo has done something incredible – they've actually given us some sort of information about their restaurant with their sign. It is, of course, part of a stupid joke that they made because they want people to take pictures and get the word out, but we can at least surmise that this Texas restaurant sells Tex-Mex.
The sign is true: no one wants a small taco. But what kind of taco? Chicken? Beef? Are there fish tacos? Maybe a proprietary mixture, with just the right combo of rice, cheese, guacamole, and tomato?