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Sign advertising ‘Bike Thief School’ directs interested students to vasectomy clinic

Image posted by Washington Bike Law
Image posted by Washington Bike Law. I blacked out the phone number since Dr Snip’s clinic doesn’t need its phone lines tied up.

Here’s one way to vent some frustration over the bike theft scourge: Humor.

Washington Bike Law (a Seattle Bike Blog sponsor) posted this photo on their Facebook page. Stapled to a telephone pole in West Seattle, the flyer advertises a bike theft school including a list of teaser lessons such as “How new traffic on the 2nd Ave bike lane can help YOU.”

But, of course, the number on the pull tabs is not for bike theft school. And it’s not for a secret police sting either (though that would be even funnier). It’s for Dr. Snip, a vasectomy clinic.


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5 responses to “Sign advertising ‘Bike Thief School’ directs interested students to vasectomy clinic”

  1. Van

    I hope the clinic won’t mind getting a few calls, who knows, maybe someone would rather loose their *ahem* attachments, than their ears.

  2. NWmtnbiker

    thats hilarious.
    DR Snip is the best. Only place I’d recommend.

  3. Jeremy

    Can confirm. Dr Snip is awesome. I’m shooting blanks now.

  4. […] poster for a class on how to steal bikes actually leads to a vasectomy clinic; no, I don’t get it either. Following up on a recent item, […]

  5. We surely appreciate good humor, though this one is not exactly “up our alley.”
    Thanks for mentioning us, and thanks, guys, for the compliments.
    DrSnip

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