What would your pal Lurch think of you using the Munsters' address? He'd probably not invite you out Lurch dancin' anymore.
Mike - Nope the address is not the Munsters address, but the phone number is a homage to 'em. Of course Lurch is a welcomed guest at the Monster Motel when he’s passing thru Neato Coolville. Each time he shows up with his posse of go-go dancers everyone ends up doing The Lurch Dance!
I thought those Addams wannabees live at 1313 Mockingbird Ln. My 60's sitcom knowledge might be a little off today.
Oops. I'm not the sharpest tool in the shed. I looked at the phone number instead of the address. Must be too much strawberry milk!
Cool card! If you print them up make sure to send me some!Also, I know why you used those numbers--- so you could drive some of us absolutely CRAZY trying to figure it out! And if it's one of those things where it's so obvious I'll feel like a total a-hole then please don't reveal the answer...
Wow Todd, nice job on the card. Re-using that spot illustration was a great idea and it works perfect.Some day I think I'm going to have to invent time travel so I can take a trip back to when a good portion of all this 'universally' monster craziness started, but until then I think I'll just skip out and watch Dracula again.
Shawn obviously got the address allusion. I'm not surprised. Good ol' Valentine's Day, 1931 when Universal's "Dracula" was released. No wonder I love monsters so much. Great business card. Please book me a room for the month of October.
Mike - Too much strawberry milk can do that!Steve - I'll mail one if I get 'em printed. Shawn - You guessed it! Nice way to answer it. When you build that time travel machine please invite me! John - That's right it's the release date of Dracula as Shawn hinted at. We'll set you up in room number 13 this October.
You're a clever gent NC!
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