Close the Door … Like it or Not

A reader of this blog -and fellow Mexico lover- forwarded this, posted on a fence outside a greenhouse in Ensenada, Mexico.

Translation (sort of) for the monolingual crowd: “Close the door behind you upon entering and exiting… Please, if it’s not such a drag. But even if it is, close it anyway.”

Photo: Adriana Romero

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2 Responses to Close the Door … Like it or Not

  1. richmx2 says:

    “Polite as a Mexican,” as the Spaniards used to say!

    I wish I’d taken a photo of the sign in my cuarto ameublado bathroom — in the heart of socialist Santa Maria la Ribera — which read “Neighbor. For the good of the people, and as a courtesy, please be so kind as to use only the water you need.”

  2. Carla Raygoza says:

    jajajajaja… typical Mexican!! we’re so nice and polite…

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