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I hear there’s an all bare bulbs place down the street, if you’re interested.
They must serve alcohol there. Heard you’re not allowed to have fully naked lights at your establishment if you also serve alcohol.
Sounds funny, but this looks to be a refinery. Bare light bulbs, not enclosed in a sealed fixture have a tendency to make things explode with all those nasty volatile hydrocarbons floating around.
Oh yeah: No open flames too!
Clothed lights only.
yeah, like wiremesh is really gonna hide anything…
Well, my lights sport bras, knickers and pettycoats. So there.
Hmm, I’m guessing you’re all from a place where this term for a bare flame (or even unsealed-beam incandescent bulb) isn’t common…
Or we’re all joking at a common expression by taking it literally…
Humm, no you’re right, your explanation makes more sense, we’re just too dumb to have guessed what it meant.
Given that this IS the internet, not to mention a site that’s also the home of failblog etc (and signs of the type “do not use this hairdryer in the shower”) it pays to be sure. Thanks for clearing it up.
Uh-oh, my ceiling light’s bra has caught fire. Now what?
My girlfriend’s breasts are luminous. That excludes her from such places.
Is anyone else thinking about Light Yagami? ….. wait…
😦 awww….. no naked Lights? pitty…
this sign is not that funny, its just out of context. there are some industrial applications where you do not want direct (naked) lighting.
British English, it means “no open flames”.
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