Days Inn Hotel`s New Do Not Disturb Sign [Pic]

Submitted by: Englandrocks 6 years ago in Funny

Nice, why don"t they just add, ""Hey, I"m fappin" in here"" on the sign while they"re at it.
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Male 6,694
Just another night lookin at bewbies on the road.
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Male 1,834
fap fap fap fap
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Male 2,868
@whocares3725-

No, the joke concerns what that man appears to be looking at on his laptop.
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Male 2,748
Yay for internet porn!
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Male 310
Is the joke that the spanish translation has "molestar" in it? Because that means to annoy/bother.
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Male 5,190
Gotta love that spanish.
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Male 306
Get out im bate-in!!!
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Male 2
Spanish translation of the phrase is, "favored to not disturb." Anyone who took two years of spanish in high school should know that. molestar means to bother.
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Male 139
This is "post-worthy"? Even with the caption it`s not very funny.
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Female 1,043
"favor de no molestar"
sounds like bad english agaist molesters.
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Male 1,021
Angelmassb: Way to ruin a joke
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Female 3,696
I think the point of the picture was the "do not disturb" and the guy lying their playing on his laptop, not the spanish translation. Foccuss people!
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Male 14
Gonna send that bitch a smiley face......
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Male 15,510
"At the bottom it`s Spanish yeah? I wonder does it mean "favour molestation""

"Favor de no molestar" means, please do not disturb. "Molestar" can mean disturb, annoy, bother, irritate, hassel, etc
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Male 658
Mathgirl, thank you.
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Male 3,076
I think I`m going to make this oune for my next trip
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Female 80
No molestame por favor, I`ll be fine doing it myself
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Female 877
i thought "favor de molestar" meant "act in favor of the child molester who`s trying to lure the kids from the internet" for a sec
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Male 2,376
finaly some alone time with his laptop
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Male 25,416
ha, leaves options open
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Female 117
OMFG Molestar is the verb for To BOTHER in Spanish.
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Male 2,516
lol @slab-of-rag, no it`s "please do no`t disturb"
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Male 171
I think it means, "Do not disturb, I`m molesting myself."
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Male 769
Is that Spanish for "I hope no-one rapes me"?
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Male 5,194
Days Hotel - trying to be hip, completely out of touch.
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Male 1,929
"Please do not Molest". Molest is one of those words that`s become lewd in English, after being normal.
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Female 1,652
Por favor senor, no molestando mi pantalones.
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Female 13
At the bottom it`s Spanish yeah? I wonder does it mean "favour molestation"
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Male 230
The look on his face is priceless. "heh, heh...pr0n is awesome..."
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Male 2,441
Lol yes it is funny, but anyone that has taken any Spanish knows molestar- to annoy or disturb..
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Male 182
Too far to get funny.
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Female 3,001
lolz
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Male 271
I don`t speak Spanish, does that thing say Please no molesting?
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Male 2,121
"Please don`t molest"
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Male 38,457
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Male 56
whats that bit beneath about favoring a molester? :P
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Male 186
Nice-- love the implications
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Female 491
Link: Days Inn Hotel`s New Do Not Disturb Sign [Pic] [Rate Link] - Nice, why don`t they just add, ``Hey, I`m fappin` in here`` on the sign while they`re at it.
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