Saturday, July 14, 2012

Bo-Kay Florist

Bo-Kay Florist, located near downtown Ocala, is well-known in the area for the quality of their product and their service. The only problem is they don't know how to spell "bouquet." :-)

19 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

that's cute. i really like your header photo. thanks for stopping by today!

Sharon said...

Love it! They learned to spell phonetically.

Birdman said...

Funny guy.

Lois said...

Maybe the owners are a couple named "Bo" and "Kay" and they couldn't decide who to name the shop after.

RedPat said...

I like a good play on words!

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

Maybe if they spelled it correctly, fewer people would land on their website when googling the place.

Randy said...

I think it's very creative.

brattcat said...

and they have a rather dangerous looking big cat in the window.

Kate said...

Oh, Lowell, you are such a purist!

Lois said...

Stop back by my blog today and you will see that a couple of commenters already guessed what I was talking about. I thought it was sweet that no one seemed to notice.

Cezar and Léia said...

Do they also sell jaguars? :)
God bless you!
Cezar

cieldequimper said...

MDR, c'est le bouquet ! :-)

(MDR = Morte de rire = Lol!)

La Principessa Errante said...

Is their store next to Auntie Q's?

Linda said...

I love this. It reminds me of a store I used to work at. "Quatre pattes" is French for "four paws". The lady store owner spelled it "Kat Pat." It was a pet supply store that did not sell animals, just supplies. I loved working there. The store closed down, though, due to the economy and competition.
This is a great photo, Lowell! Love your posts!

Judy said...

I see one other problem, the big "watch cat" in the window!

Taken For Granted said...

I see that their shop is being protected by a leopard as well. Interesting word play.

EG CameraGirl said...

So... that's NOT the way you spell bo-kay?

JM said...

NO! :-)))

magiceye said...

:) thought Americans specialised in spelling phonetically

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