Monday, May 15, 2006

Eagan Proudly Presents...The Uterus

I was behind a truck for a local fish store the other day. This is their logo. I felt silly for seeing what I saw in this logo, but Pooteewheet assures me that it's not just me - it is the female reproductive system.

If you live in South Dakota - perhaps this is a good idea for you if you have to perform "illegal" medical procedures. After all, who'd expect the local aquarium dealer?

8 comments:

She says said...

With that name, it's not the female reproductive system that the picture suggests to me, but definitely female...

So why is it that I could never find the alleged dirty word on the box that Eryn's easel came in?

Scooter said...

Because it wasn't exactly a continuous (yet I believe it is contiguous) word. I wouldn't have given it a second thought except for the other strange words around it, and someone else remarked on it w/o my intervention. The letters C, N, T, S, U are all w/in very close proximity.

I'm amused at your default website, but secretly (maybe not so secretly) pleased. I wish there was a site integral enough to my career that I'd choose it as my browser default.

Taylor said...

OMG, that actually is a uterus.

She says said...

I love Westlaw. Westlaw is my pal! Although, I have to admit that the *other* company has better swag. I've never gotten a really good travel insulated mug from Westlaw (not to mention highlighters or other really law-student-friendly stuff)... hmmm...

Scooter said...

I offered to send you swag a long time ago - I just need a mailing address. I have a multi-tune-playing alarm clock in my desk that I grabbed for you that's still in the wrapper.

Pete Ryan said...

Nice find! I always wonder if people do stuff like this on purpose. :)

She says said...

True, I do remember your offering to send goodies, and I *do* have a nice Westlaw shoulder bag.

But the question is, any insulated travel mugs?

;)

(and BTW, the selection in Westrewards is MUCH better than the other guy's freebies, too)

Scooter said...

We have a brand new intern, and he went to coffee with us and I noted he had to use one of the stupid little white cups. This is a net productivity loss for my group - not only does he make more trips to get coffee, he doesn't stay wired enough to code. 15 minutes later, I had canvassed the business unit and procured him an insulated, company travel mug. It can be done.