Wednesday, May 07, 2008

How's That Again?

A woman in my ward has a bought into an MLM vitamin business. To help promote this new venture she's shellacked her car with advertisements. I haven't actually ever noticed what company she's selling for, because I can't get past the first line.

In giant letters on both sides of her car she's printed,
"Loose Weight Now."

11 comments:

Hollyween said...

Yikes. 'Lose' weight now would be a bit better right?

And why do people put that crap all over their car??! It's obnoxious!

Nicole said...

Yeah, I would say having "loose" weight would be a problem! I wonder how she will ever lose her loose weight.

I guess it's just another testimonial on how MLM schemes prey on the weak and stupid.

Nancy said...

Wow... why people don't actually look at what they're putting on their car amazes me!

Holly said...

LOL!!!! Oh too funny. I couldn't take her seriously either. Has anyone pointed out the error to her by chance? Or ask her, "How did you get all that loose weight?" LOL!!!!

Jenna said...

Nicole, I think you hit the nail on the head. i just can't bring myself to mention it 'cause I'm pretty sure she doesn't have the $$$ to fix it.

Mom2My6Kids said...

Funny! So sad at the same time!

Anonymous said...

hm...."loose weight"?? i think i have a lot of that loose weight around my lower ab area from having babies!

now...if we're talking about LOSING weight....that's a whole other story ;)

ha ha ha! Super funny post!

--Merrianne--

i found your blog from ldswomenblogs....hope you don't mind :)

hayngrl101 said...

eeek. I was just gonna say 'loose weight now' as in I got some for myself already and don't need any more. Or, maybe its loose as in loosen your weight now. hahahaha so funny!

Hannah said...

That is sad and tacky. (But it makes me laugh, so thanks for sharing...)

Jessica said...

Total pet peeve in my family. It's all we can do, to not go to her car in the middle of the night with a razor blade and not fix her issues.

Alisa said...

Oh no! I see a lot of money go into advertising that is spelled totally wrong-- doesn't someone help the catch it at the printing place!