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Unintentionally Funny Signs

Unintentionally Funny Signs

Unintentionally Funny Signs

I saw a sign yesterday that I found quite funny, but it clearly was not intended how I read it. (If I go back, I'll try to get a picture of it.)

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Now, personally, I feel that bicycles who learn how to ride skateboards should be allowed to rollerblade anywhere they please. But that's just me.

Have you seen any unintentionally funny signs?

RE: Unintentionally Funny Signs

Yes! I love signs like that where they just didn't think it through. There are a lot of strip malls near here that put up only one word for each business in the strip. Since they are next to each other, they're easy to read together. I get a blast out of some of the new businesses that get created. Some that I've seen...

One more fitting your post, in my neighborhood, one parent puts up these yellow signs in the street when the kids are playing. It says "Slow Children Playing". I tell my wife, "I think they prefer to be called 'Special'". I crack up every time.

RE: Unintentionally Funny Signs

Begining May 14 we will be closing the stairways between the platform and Market St. as part of the Market Street Access Improvement Project.

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