A gas station in the Wallingford neighborhood of Seattle decided to liven up the commute for area residents by providing a little humor to their daily routine, and it's been a regular "thing," for over a decade now.
The Chevron station uses their reader board to display puns and other giggle-worthy thoughts that brighten up the day for passersby.
The station explains on its website, “In October of 2005, we converted our auto repair shop into an ExtraMile convenience store and suddenly we had a problem.
"It had always been easy to think of useful messages to put on the sign for things like service promotions and store specials and the like. But with the ExtraMile, there were no more cars to fix and the place was plastered with store specials. So we decided to do something different."
Once a week, the business began posting funny slogans and cheeky messages on the sign, as the manager explained, as a way for the “community to connect with us.”
Although the “Wallingford Sign” is somewhat of local landmark, you don’t have to live in the Seattle area to enjoy its humor.