After going through a bit of a "blogging funk," I am going to post some of the signs that have accumulated in my folder. I was so busy before Thanksgiving (before I stopped working at Starbucks), that my enthusiasm for my blog waned greatly. Then with the holidays and illness, it has taken me this long to "resurface." We'll see if this new beginning gets me going again.
Without further ado, I will now post this strange mixture of signs that have come my way.
If I am reading this first sign correctly, hardly anyone would qualify to use this toilet.
I would think that any of this company's personnel would be "organic," that is, unless they are robots or bionic or something similar.
You've got to love unfortunate misspellings, as in this next sign.
Even though we got the flu shot this year, Becka and I both had the flu in the last couple of weeks. Maybe we got an insufficient amount of the vaccine.
What's that old saying, "a gallon of prevention is worth..."?
It would be hard to resist the offer made by Taco Casa in this sign.
On my way home from Starbucks I would always see the following sign. I finally stopped to take a picture of it one day. I didn't know that flounder was a flying fish.
I'll put in several foreign language signs for the sake of former students who read my posts and also just to show that we're not the only ones in the world who have strange signs. The first picture is from Germany.
Umleitung = detour
Now one from France.
In English it would read, "Warning: Long lashes can get caught in the doors."
Here's a great one with Braille that seems at least a little cruel.
This sign seems to have left one word "out."
Here are several interesting signs about closings.
I will close with a sign that was meant to be humorous, and succeeds.
Next week I plan to post the pictures of coffee mugs that I've received. If you meant to send me a picture and didn't, please send it before next Wednesday morning.
Keep a look out for interesting signs. 🙂
"The person who's in the most bondage is the person who doesn't have the freedom to choose." — Bill Moorehead
If you wake up Sleepy and Grumpy, you must be Snow White.