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Questionable, hilarious, likely offensive marketing typos

The gaffes and laughs were all over the MLS and the real estate ads this week, friends, and there are more than enough errors to keep this MLS blooper reel going for yet another year. It never ends!

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Does the expression “dog days of summer” refer to the heat, or are our canine friends doing the typing while their masters are on vacation? Some of these bloopers had to be typed by someone with no opposable thumbs. Enjoy the laughs:

Doggone Dumb

“Restored with mare” (I guess that makes you the horse’s a_ _.)

“Mice home on good street” (Everyone loves a cheese wheel.)

“Near top-rated carver school” (Apparently Hannibal Lecter has become a teacher.)

“Layground nearby” (Sign on street near Hefner’s pad…)

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“Rubble to be cleared” (It seems Barney and Betty are being run out of the neighborhood…)

Perhaps Rabies is the Problem…

“Free drawling” (Thank you, Scarlett O’Hara.)

“Meat at site” (‘Whispered the bear to his posse while eyeing three fat campers.)

“Choice of collars” (Favorite pick-up line used by Sebastian “Fifty Shades” Grey.)

“Greening stain floors” ( A weak bladder sucks, doesn’t it?)

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“Awnings protect from sin” (Wouldn’t a chastity belt be more effective?)

Time To Call The Pound

“Please sign dog” (Why – is he an “autograph hound”?)

“This is a shady area” (I heard this is the most popular sales pitch in Palermo.)

“Mold not serious”  (I bet the lawsuit will be…)

“Do not let fat out” (That’s why I wear Spanks.)

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Once a Dog, Always a Dog

“Buy now before erection changes market” (Darlin,’ I doubt your package is impressive enough to change the economy…but I like your confidence.)

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

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