That’s What She Said

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Submitted by: Foomis via Oddly Specific

And it was her business creed until the day she retired.

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15 Responses to That’s What She Said

  1. Dave says:

    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.

    • ..... says:

      Let’s see…… Three Holes Admittance Without Appointment……

      Hey !

      That might explain the used rubber gloves on the ground there.

  2. yaya says:

    Oops. I read the caption below as:
    And it was her business card until the day she retired.

  3. Carlos says:

    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.

    • The One Guy says:

      It could be an entrance to a cave.

    • Foomis says:

      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.

  4. reguy says:

    It is a cave. I always loved this cave.

  5. Chemgirl says:

    I am severely disturbed by the sight of the discarded gloves. uhuhhuuhhhh

  6. John M says:

    Looks like Mountain Home, ID.

  7. SallyFeilds says:

    (really sorry for this)
    Yeah, that’s what she said.

  8. tester says:

    Yeah, they have to work on that signage! Maybe get the wording less tricky!

  9. pTg says:

    “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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