Submitted by: Foomis via Oddly Specific
And it was her business creed until the day she retired.
My ex-wife has a similar sign hanging in front of her bedroom door.
Replace the word “tight” with “three,” and add an “s” to “hole,” of course. I think she crossed out the word, “no,” too.
Let’s see…… Three Holes Admittance Without Appointment……
That might explain the used rubber gloves on the ground there.
Oops. I read the caption below as:
And it was her business card until the day she retired.
I’m struggling to figure out the supposed legitimate meaning behind this sign.
I’ve got nothing.
It doesn’t… I don’t even… But why… I give up. It’s a sign made for perverted jokes.
It could be an entrance to a cave.
The legitimate meaning….
I took this photo, it was outside a drilling rig location, they were having hole problems (tight hole) and were in danger of getting the drill pipe stuck.
It is a cave. I always loved this cave.
I am severely disturbed by the sight of the discarded gloves. uhuhhuuhhhh
Looks like Mountain Home, ID.
people are stupid
(really sorry for this)
Yeah, that’s what she said.
Yeah, they have to work on that signage! Maybe get the wording less tricky!
“Tight Hole” is also “oilfield lingo” for a risky or expensive investment well that hasn’t been proven to be economic yet. It’s “tight” because operators don’t want a bunch of people (read: Competition) knowing if they have made a successful discovery and buying up land nearby to produce it out from under them.
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