11/18/09

WW: The picture isn't clear but the message is, well, yummy!



I saw this truck twice this morning on my 200-mile drive to Charlotte. 

Just had to try to get a picture but, as you can see, the pictures aren't very clear.  After all, it was raining AND I was driving my car AND taking a picture through a wet windshield

Can you figure out the message?







You've probably seen messages on trucks that say something like "If you can't see my mirrors, then you're following too closely."

This one has scrumptious, mouth-watering Baby Ruth pictures on the sides and back.  This is the message on the back:  "If you can taste the whole peanuts and chewy caramel, you are too close."

Don't you just love it?

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12 comments:

jams o donnell said...

Haha Good one Sherry!

WackyMummy said...

Cute! I've never seen that one before.

Thanks for swinging by my blog. =)

Lee the Hot Flash Queen said...

That's very cute! Haven't seen that one...of course, for those of us that can't see, we would have to tail him to read it...

Sandee said...

I haven't had a Baby Ruth in years. Used to be one of my favorites too. Now that thought is going to be stuck in my head for God knows how long.

Have a terrific day. :)

Carver said...

Ha, that's a good one.

Doc said...

That is classic!! (and welcome to Charlotte!)

SandyCarlson said...

That was a lot of fun. I liked that a lot!

Kim Kautzer said...

Fun take on the "you're too close" message you often see on the back of a vehicle. Love it!

Thanks for stopping by my blog today!

Gaston Studio said...

Thank God you wrote it out... my eyes were crossing from trying to read thru your wet windshield!

Patricia Rockwell said...

The driver should expect people to stop him on the road and demand samples.

Syd said...

I would probably want to hijack the truck.

Brian O'Mara-Croft said...

Very amusing. Good thing you didn't crash into the back while taking the pic.

Cheers,
Brian

 
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