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Marketing copy filled with hilarious Freudian slips

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Realtors that don’t proof read their property descriptions in the MLS inevitably end up in the hall of shame here at AGBeat. We hand pick these bloopers in hope that you will be inspired to check yourself before you go and wreck yourself.


Riddle: Why did the chicken fall down in the middle of the road?
(A.) Too many margaritas at the Corn Coop?
(B.) He was auditioning for a part in The God-fodder?  
(C.) He was laughing so hard after reading the MLS that he passed a kidney stone?

If you guessed “C,” welcome back to this week’s blooper blog. For a good laugh, check out these eggs that were laid:

First Came the Egg

“Do not go beyond dead end” (It seems your career already has.)

“Blonds to be installed” (Whispered Harry Reid to his cronies while lounging in the Senate jacuzzi.)

“Hatting bad – needs update” (Chortled members of Britain’s Fourth Estate when reviewing the Royal Wedding Photos.)

“Coffee & Brownie served” (Won’t the threads of the Brownie uniform get caught in my teeth?)

“View of Dodder Stadium” (Sign at Medicare Office.)

Next Came the Fowl

“EZ sell – why swat?” (I’ll tell you why – because I’d love it if a man rappelled down my wall!)

“Just pass underpuss” (Not without a Hazmat suit I won’t!)

“Nice knight views” (Intoned King Arthur of West Hollywood when Sir Lancelot bent over to pick up his sword.)

“Has gob to go!” (Have you tried NyQuil for your loogie, Larry?)

“Pool, but no tens” (I see they eliminated your IQ group.)

Breaded and Dipped

“Over-sized shouter in bathroom” (How did Gov. Christie get stuck in your bathroom?)

“Soon will be done done” (Let me guess – your brain after a six-pack?)

“This pig needs lipshit”  (Requirement # 1  for a seat in Congress.)

“Submit hardshit letter” (Oh, BofA, if only I dared!)

Beak-First Into the Fryer

“Submit before labor” (Something tells me that gong has been banged…)

“Dong driveway” (Does it get hard if you park on it?)

That’s it for this week, folks. Remember: spell well, and sell!

1 Comment

1 Comment

  1. sunvalleySIR

    September 27, 2012 at 7:02 pm

    @eastbaysothebys Hysterical! A great read to end the day.

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