As I mentioned in yesterday’s post, I was recently in a Target store to pick up some medication from the pharmacy. While there I saw some things that caught my eye.
It seems that I am pretty much always an observer of the world around me and that I see things that make me look twice.
This scene did not make me look twice.
In fact, I just stood there – most likely with my mouth dropped in complete shock that a huge hot dog would be hung from the ceiling within feet of the pharmacy sign.
For so many reasons this is wrong.
- The food court is on the other side of the store. It is not easy to miss because it is the first thing that one encounters when entering the store. If the store peeps want me to go to the food court, this sign does not show me where to go.
- What do hot dogs and a pharmacy have in common? Nothing!!! They could be related, I supposed, as too much of one (the hot dog) makes us need the other (the pharmacy) more. Other than that, though, I am at a loss.
- The hot dog sign is ugly and completely blocks the view of the pharmacy. If I am supposed to be able to find the pharmacy, a huge hot dog sign makes it a bit hard.
I know that I try to pull deep thoughts from pictures that I see (see Out of Place from a few days ago), but I have nothing, zip, zilch for this one. There is nothing deep, let alone appropriate, that I can share from this.
However, it was simply too good of a photo not to share with readers. I hope that it brings you a bit of joy, a smile, or a giggle. Sometimes that is what we need, right?