Straight from The Washington Post headlines: “Self-proclaimed ‘Old Coots’ offer life advice at farmers market. Their slogan: ‘It’s Probably Bad Advice, But It’s Free.’”
A gang of retired folks in Salt Lake City got tired of listening to each others old stories at the local deli, so owner Tony Caputo, decided they needed to take their show on the road. Or at least across the street.
There’s a weekly farmer’s market, and these old coots decided to grab a folding table and offer free life advice to anyone who asked. And it’s been a HUGE HIT!
The subject matter and pieces of advice are ‘non-traditional’ to say the least. Check here to see what these coots are saying.
Would you stop for advice from these older folks?