Happy New Year to one and all!
It's been a while since I last posted pictures of funny signs, and readers have kept me supplied. Here are my faves of the ones that have come in since the last post.
Since they were here last week, Meg, Jim, and Drew got to take part in the "Banana Box Sale" at our local Sav-Mor. Megan snapped a picture of their warning sign:
This next one doesn't say it's an after-Christmas sale, but you have to wonder....
Here's a sign that needs to be removed in the winter.
Going green is such a big deal lately. Here's a picture of a toilet a reader sent me. You need a degree in engineering to use this toilet!
Asian signs are often unintentionally funny. Here are several with bad translations. The first continues the restroom theme.
I guess that's a take off of the Beijing 2008 Olympic slogan — One World One Dream.
This next one must be one of the fast food restaurants for cannibals.
Here are a couple of German-related signs.
This is a picture of a paving stone I saw in near the cathedral in Cologne, Germany, in 1972. I was surprised not only that it was in English, but also that it was humorous.
Here's a great sign for people with a light touch on the guitar strings.
Today's last sign is a real head-scratcher ... especially for gourmets.
As promised last week, here are some more pictures of us doing the Stomp Rocket.
Here's a picture of Mark stomping.
Here's Katie trying her foot at it.
Here's Mark helping little Ryan stomp. You can see his rocket in the air.
One of my students was not able to go home over the Christmas break, so he spent a week with us, enjoying all the merriment. Here's David coming in for a landing.
We had several other visitors who enjoyed trying out Drew's stomp rockets, but their antics and prowess were not documented.
I hope you enjoyed today's post. Next Wednesday will be our first day of classes, unless weather forestalls things, as it has done several times in recent years.
"The people God cares about aren't just refined Westerners. ... Shepherds were dirty people who did dirty work. ... The wisemen were Gentiles." — paraphrased from a message by Drew Conley
Whether you think you can or whether you think you can't — you're right!
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