No Shirt No Shoes No Service

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    I've seen many variations of this sign, but never with actual illustrations, intended, no doubt, for the shirtless and shoeless illiterate. Though, it is odd that this sign appears way in the back of the restaurant. By the time you notice the sign it might already be too late.

    The "no" symbol of the shirtless man could mean so many different things, couldn't it? Scott's Dairy Freeze, 234 E North Bend Way, North Bend, WA.

    1. eberlintomy 60 months ago | reply

      When I was younger (much younger), I went barefoot ALL the time. When forced to wear shoes,(For school and in stores) I had a pair of moccasins that I just slipped into. After wearing through the threads that attached the plastic sole to the leather moccasin, I cut the rest of the thread and had the perfect barefoot shoes. One layer of leather between your foot and the ground is as close as you can get to barefoot. You look shod but feel barefoot. I must warn you that leather is extremely slippery in snow! Happy shopping.

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