This sign at Rosebud has always amused me!
I must admit, I have never checked out the truth of the matter!
Art of dentistry
Rarely meets a poem
P.S. In response to a few comments about the wording of the sign:
In British English, to cater for a group of people means to provide all the things that they need or want. In American English, you say you cater to a person or group of people... -
In British English, to cater for something means to take it into account. In American English, you say you cater to something...
And Australia uses British English.
So the sign is worded correctly here.
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