But why, for the love all that's holy or unholy...WHY?
WHY would you name your massage parlor BARFY FOOT MASSAGE? I'm not kidding. There's a place in a strip mall down here, next to Dave's Dinners To Go, called Barfy Foot Massage.
BARFY. As in hork, puke, chunder, hurl, vomit...
I drive past this place twice a day, and I still wonder how the fuck a sign like that gets hung in a relatively upscale-ish neighborhood. Is it a really unfortunate typo brought on by English being a second language? This is a very multicultural city, and I could see that happening, but if it's the case somebody at the Texas business licensing office is just a dick.
Is it intentional? Maybe a reference to footstench? Or a way to discourage the assholes who assume any massage parlor is THAT sort of massage parlor? Barfy in the name doesn't really say "happy ending" to me...although maybe it's a secret code for some fetish I've never heard of and WILL NOT BE LOOKING UP ON THE INTERWEBZ BECAUSE RULE 34 IS IN EFFECT HERE.
All I can imagine here is sticking your feet in a big tub of vomit for a massage. Not one of those pretty half-oak-barrel wine-grape stomping tubs, either...I envision masseurs in hazmat suits making you stand in an orange plastic bucket filled with some drunk dude's puke.
Seriously, I'd rather go to the fish-that-eat-your-callouses-off pedicure places than point my toes toward this place, and yet I'm sort of dying to find out if it's a legit massage parlor.
Until I gather the fortitude to peek inside, please, for your own sanity, do NOT google vomit fetishes. Rule 34. Besides, you'll just give the NSA another reason to wonder.
PS: Blogger's spellcheck doesn't recognize barfy, chunder, or hork. Fail: chunder is absolutely a word! It's just Australian. See: Men At Work's "Down Under" lyrics.