Are you beyond hope?

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My family went to Arizona this weekend to visit my parents. As we were driving, we passed through a small town (really more of a village), called Hope. The folks there obviously enjoy a good joke as they put up two of these signs along the highway as you exit their boundaries. I wonder if they know the joke is really on them. I think they are probably the ones who are beyond hope, grammatically speaking that is.


 
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Quote:Lived there for about 2 seconds. We always said it was called Hope because you hoped to hell you could get out.

 

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Quote:Glad I wasn't the only one who caught the spelling error! LOL!

That's why I posted it! I thought it was hilarious! See the last two lines of my original post: I wonder if they know the joke is really on them. I think they are probably the ones who are beyond hope, grammatically speaking that is.
 
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Quote:Glad I wasn't the only one who caught the spelling error! LOL!

That's why I posted it! I thought it was hilarious! See the last two lines of my original post underneath the picture: I wonder if they know the joke is really on them. I think they are probably the ones who are beyond
hope, grammatically speaking that is.


See...I saw that AFTER I had already posted my reply! LOL!

I just thought the meaning of the sign was funny! LOL
 

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