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More Funny and Maybe Not-So-Funny Signs

Some of my readers have come through with more great signs, and I'm adding a few I've run across also.

Some outdoor signs get messed up in one way or another. Here's one a reader spotted that had been "repaired."

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Let's hope that these two signs are for two different destinations on the same road.

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Here are some signs that readers found on other people's Facebook walls:

This deal sounds a little "fishy" to me....

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This next one explains a lot!

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This next one is not at all humorous when you think about it.

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I wonder if Tweeters would obey this sign.

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Here are some signs that have something to do with leaving and not leaving. I'll let them speak for themselves.

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The end is about to come ... the end of this blog post, that is. I'll conclude with two signs about mistakes.

I wonder if she had trouble selling the wedding dress....

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Being a language teacher, I am constantly reminding my students about spelling, punctuation, and capitalization. I especially love this last sign.

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I hope you are having a good week. I plan to be back at you with another blog post next Wednesday. Keep your eyes peeled for great signs!


"If orthodox Christians would magnify the things about which they agree as much as they emphasize the things about which they disagree, there would be more harmony among God's people." — Bob Jones Sr.

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It's almost impossible to overestimate the unimportance of most things.

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4 Comments on “More Funny and Maybe Not-So-Funny Signs”

  1. #1 Michael
    on Oct 5th, 2011 at 8:57 am

    I’m glad we don’t have to keep or earn God’s favor by repeatedly thanking Him or by doing anything else. We should be more thankful each day for His goodness but the motivation should not be because we’re afraid He’s going to remove His favor from us if we forget one little thing.

    And, did Dr. Bob Sr. really say that? Good advice for all Christians these days.

  2. #2 Rebekah
    on Oct 5th, 2011 at 9:02 am

    I wish we could trust our cows to close the gates. Maybe a sign would help?

  3. #3 Diane Heeney
    on Oct 5th, 2011 at 10:00 am

    I don’t make it up to our cemetery much, but we were up there a few weeks ago and I noticed a “No Hunting” sign…really should snap a photo. 🙂

  4. #4 Rob
    on Oct 7th, 2011 at 6:53 am

    @Michael – I had the same thought, that one thing I’m thankful for is that I don’t have to curry God’s favor by thanking Him for each thing He’s given me, for fear of His taking it back – because that’s never going to happen. I saw the sign as more of a reminder just to be more thankful than I usually am. The Dr. Bob Sr. quotation passed on to me is said to be from the Churchill Tabernacle Evangelist, June 1944, found in the BJU Archives. I posted it because, like you, I thought it was good advice.

    @Rebekah – It might we worth a try. 😉

    @Diane – Oh please do snap a photo of that sign and send it my way!