Saturday, March 27, 2010

A slow day at the mall

22 comments:

Renee said...

Kiosks: jobs you can sleep at, not careers you can grow in.

magiceye said...

shop till you drop?!
no crowds! must be a lean time..

Paula said...

At least she covered her head so no one can see her sleeping on the job.

Memphis MOJO said...

I can't tell if she's sleeping or leaning down to look at something.

uncertainhorizon said...

Either that or a heavy night last night!

Marie said...

I don't blame her for resting. Hers is not a funny job. The colors in the photo are very nice.

VP said...

It seems a very good time to go shopping and get all the attention you need, or take funny pictures undisturbed.

chasity said...

that's funny.

:)

cieldequimper said...

Lol, that's just how I feel. When am I going to shake that jet-lag, huh?

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Ilse said...

I feel their pain!

Kate said...

These kinds of jobs can be boring at best, but how about "work ethic"-guess it doesn't work here!

Small City Scenes said...

I would be doing the same thing if I worked at a mall kiosk. MB

Halcyon said...

I hope that's not a customer... or worse a shop-lifter!

Jarart said...

Wake up! You have a customer...

EG Wow said...

My first thought was to laugh. Actually, I'm still laughing. This is a truly funny photo, Jacob!

JM said...

Very cool catch! Not a busy day indeed...

Irina said...

I hope her director does not follow your blog :-)

bfarr said...

LOL. She could at least act like she is intersted in keeping her job.

Rose said...

That must have been taken during the week...that is when ours are slow.

Bibi said...

Ha! That's good!

tapirgal said...

I ask myself if I'd have the nerve to take that photo, but I'm glad you did. It's great :)

Lois said...

They do look a little bored!

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