Thursday, May 26, 2011

Signs: Temptations abound

@ mirandablue
I didn't want to look at this sign but I had to take a photo, right?!   I am still in the process of separating my emotional needs from my finances.:p  So far I have some small victories but with signs like this one--ugh, I wished I stayed home and took a long, quiet bath, or went to the library.



13 comments:

Postcardy said...

I'm not going to look for that sign in over 1000 dining places!

Tina said...

This sign is good! Have a good night after bath. Or may be you will stand up soon, during I am sleeping :) LG Tina - By the way: I have just started my first inlinkz action and it would be nice if you take your time and have a look on it. http://leckeresfuermenschundkatze.blogspot.com/2011/05/die-gute-alte-zeit.html Thanks :)

Lesley said...

It is a cruel temptation!

Andy said...

One down and only 999 left to go.

Wren said...

Oh, yes, the eternal battle: I can resist everything except temptation!

Kim, USA said...

Oh my this is a temptation. Just get rid of all the plastic card, wohoo!! No more of that thing it ^_^

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Clytie said...

I like what Andy said - one down and only 999 left to go. It would be interesting to track them down and see if there really ARE 1000 of these signs!

EG Wow said...

The banks tell us we must save yet encourage us to spend. They send mixed messages!

Cildemer said...

Very nice capture! Will look for those signs but don't think they exist in France. So I won't be tempted either;o)

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Woody said...

Hmmm, 'dining places'? How's that for a vague description?

Joy said...

No I don't think I will be looking for this sing, but I will be reading a menu:-) Plastic is too easy to use, and tricky to track spending.

Genie said...

With all the money the banks are making off of charge cards, I guess all the companies have lots of spare to put up lots of signs like this. At my age I only buy what I can pay cash for. The rest just has to wait. We do not use any charge cards. I do not even have one in my billfold. I learned the hard way NOT to use them. A great post.

JM said...

Banks never miss a chance to advertise!