Thursday Doors -What Would You Do If You Saw This Door?

As soon as I saw this door, I got all naughty and wanted to do something very silly. Can you guess what it was and do you think I actually did it?

Thursday Doors - November 3rd 2016

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119 comments

      1. You’re an angel Hugh, but, you’ve something with that door, rather than just walk past and ignore it. And now you tease us with the answer.
        I hope this will become another story. x

        1. My daughter was an angel in the nativity play and she appeared on stage with one side of her dress tucked into her knickers. There was a collective ‘oh how sweet’ when she turned around. I was one very proud mum trying not to smile or laugh too much.
          Bet you didn’t do that, or did you? x

  1. I would probably just walk past. I see a lot of staff only doors at shopping centres and other places. I have never looked in (unless I was staff). I must have no curiosity. But you? Now there’s another question. Maybe, if I was wanting whatever service the staff was supplying, I would walk around the building until I found the door that was appropriate for customers. Would you?

    1. I’m not at my creative best at that time of the day either, Terri. Never been a night owl. Just about all my creativity comes during the day, although I have shocked myself a few times when writing late at night.

  2. Oooh. There were so many things that you could have done. Maybe you snuck up and had a peak around… Or someone came out from behind and you had to run for your life… There doesn’t look like a peephole, though…

        1. Oh, that’s happened a few times, Mabel 😀 As I have got older, I seem to have become more frightened by just about anything. Now, even the movie E.T. scares me (and I’ve watched it so many times).

  3. After hacking your way through the foliage, I bet you couldn’t resist opening that door and taking a peek inside. You might even have left it ever so slightly open too, being the rebel you are. 😮

    1. I did feel a little like Indiana Jones hacking my way through all that foliage, Jean. Shame I didn’t have the hat and whip 😃
      The sign was very tempting, but would I have done that? Am I that much of a rebel? 😬

  4. It’s the staff’s back door to Cash Hardware, not a bank! I’d say just open it. If confronted, tell them you’re a writer and intrigued by such “sign” mysteries! 💛 Christine

  5. Since I worked in hospitals and counseling centers a closed door means: off limits, because a doctor is in session with a client/patient. I would have been annoyed if someone would barge into my office without knocking at least. And that is my boring answer.

  6. Naughty is relative, Hugh..:)
    So without my glasses on I can’t tell if that says staff it stiff.
    If it says staff, it’s not much fun. If it says stiff then that branch is “branching” out in a very convenient spot assuming one has some artistic talents and can draw a figure…sort of like Adam chasing Eve.
    Or, I would block out the letter W in the letter hardware and read it from the top..:)
    Either way works for me.

  7. Ah, but how do you know if it’s locked, Hugh? 😉 I think that you wanted to knock on the door using a staff (Gandalf’s, for example) then run and hide in the bushes. But, go on, do tell us . . . as for what’s behind the door, I can think of several outlandish things.

    1. Well, that was a guess, Leigh. But I’ve been quite lucky with my guesses recently. Last week, I guessed that this week it would get dark by 4:30pm here in the UK. And you know what? It did. 😃

      I’ll tell you all by the time Norm announces his next Thursday doors.

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