Wednesday, May 6, 2009

What is this really advertising?

These were handed out just south of the 46th Street 7 train station recently. It's so comforting to know that there are plumbers available during late night hours and that they make house calls. I am so sick of bringing my pipes in for repair... Maybe Bloomberg will take a page out of the McCain playbook and lament the plight of poor "Rivaldo el Fontanero."

15 comments:

Anonymous said...

why give this attention?

Anonymous said...

When you get your pipes cleaned here, they are really cleaned.

Anonymous said...

No, its the image of Queens.

Once, when they wanted to project an image of the boro, they would have pictures of homes in Forest Hills or a LIRR locomotive hi-balling it to the land of the Sunrise.

Now, we have this.

Wade Nichols said...

Yes, but diversity is our strength!

We shouldn't judge how other cultures conduct their plumbing work. That would be intolerant!

Snake Plissskin said...

Well, when their poor plumbing makes a flood that we have to deal with it IS our problem.

Anonymous said...

Nipple is also a plumbing term!

Anonymous said...

Unless the plumber is a scantily-dressed female, I'm not interested.

Anonymous said...

So is male and female plumbing terms.

And screwing it in is something plumbers do all the time.

Anonymous said...

why use blond blue eyed chicks? complete false advertising at least use some skankass puerto rican slut instead

Anonymous said...

haha, it looks like they're getting more creative. the cards I was handed recently at that spot didn't even include the guise about plumbing repairs.

Anonymous said...

I'm sure the kids at I.S. 125 who commute via the 7 train enjoyed these.

italian girl said...

Admit it Crappy - You love titillating your followers here by showcasing some skin every once in a while, don't you?

Anonymous said...

Well it does break up the monotony.

italian girl said...

LOL

Anonymous said...

Rivaldo likely takes an ad out in the Trib.