Well, it’s one way to keep the little nippers in line

preschool.jpgWell, it’s one way to keep the little nippers in line
: Drove by this sign in the ‘burbs, chortled, then suddenly realized that I now have my handy-dandy phone cam and so I did a Uie, pulled up, snapped the shot, and here it is. And who says the quality of journalism will not improve…

  • Adam

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    What on earth is Uie ??

  • http://www.buzzmachine.com Jeff Jarvis

    well. how does one spell the colloquialism for u-turn?

  • http://home.earthlink.net/~berkana64/ Joanne

    U-ee? U-ey? Anyway, I knew what you were saying.
    Great picture, I’d'a turned around, too. (smile)

  • Meezer

    Everything today has to be so fancy-schmancy. When I was a kid we just got the “sleepy” cough syrup and were lucky to have that. Why, kids today have no idea….(going into long, rambling story about walking to school uphill both ways….)

  • Grunter

    Been to Australia then, Jeff?

  • http://spleenville.com/ Andrea Harris

    Geez. And to think that when I was a kid I’d have to steal the skewered orange wedges from my parents’ highball glasses to get a good buzz on. Now they are having cocktail parties for the kids. I feel so deprived.

  • PJ/Maryland

    U-ee? U-ey?
    U-ey was Donald Duck’s niece, wasn’t she?
    I think a hyphen is needed, Jeff, and the “y” looks better, so I vote for “U-ey”.
    Geez. And to think that when I was a kid I’d have to steal the skewered orange wedges from my parents’ highball glasses to get a good buzz on.
    Or the maraschino cherries!

  • Eric Jablow

    Combine this with the story from Winnersh, UK about the six 13-year-olds experimenting with Viagra™ in school, and we’re really in trouble.