Monday, November 3, 2008

Look out!



Bellini Children's Furniture is the go-to shop for practical, beautifully designed cribs and changing tables, as well as toy chests, mirrors, desks, armoires and any number of other pieces for a child's room. I'm sure this message in the window was intended to be playful, but it always triggers weird stuff in my imagination...

Anyone else?

14 comments:

Tanya said...

Oh I thought you were trying to tell us something ;)

Virginia said...

WE have a Bellini's here too. I have never ventured inside. Don't want that stork landing on moi!HA

Halcyon said...

Hmm... attack of the newly hatched??

Kelly said...

The Children of the Corn reference is hysterical! I love this window! Very, very funny!

USelaine said...

Ahhh! Ahhh! Run away! Run awaaaaay!

Petrea said...

That was my first thought! Funny! Run away! Hilarious. I think there's a sisterhood of the mind going on here.

pasadenaadjacent.com said...

It reminds me of the 70's horror classic "It's Alive"

Château-Gontierdailyphoto said...

La cigogne ...sorry I don't know the translation about the name of this bird, wellknown in Alsace (area nearby the German border)

Webradio said...

Nice post, with a "smiling" photo...

Judy said...

Yeah, kind of like "the sky is falling," or "the Red Coats are coming," although with the stork, my mind is pretty much put to rest immediately. I love the giraffe that is peering out of the window.

Mister Earl said...

The giraffes are forming a basketball team. The babies already have one.

Hilda said...

Oh my goodness, no way will I ever show Bellini's website to my sister — she'll go absolutely ga-ga!

Eew! on that dancing baby — I've always hated that, especially about a decade ago when it started showing up on all computer screens.

And now I have to look for a copy of The Handmaid's Tale!

Cafe Observer said...

Interesting pic.

This triggers weird stuff in your imagination? I can only imagine the thoughts this brings to your cyclist.

Is there some subliminal message in this photo.

Laurie said...

Hey kids,

Thanks for indulging me with this silly picture. Every time I pass this sign, I laugh at how ominous it strikes me ... when I'm positive that is NOT the kind of response the company intended!

(Thanks for letting me know I'm not the only one!)