It's been a while since I posted some funny signs, and readers have been keeping me supplied. Thanks! Here in the Carolinas, autumn is in full swing. It seems as if the colors are not going to be as spectacular as usual, though, due to the timing of this year's drought. Many, but not all, of today's signs have something to do with the fall season.
One of my readers from Germany visited the zoo in Heidelberg several weeks ago and saw a sign he knew I'd love. I'm not sure if they're selling hot ice or something ice hot.
It's strange, but "ice hot" could be an apt description of autumn days here in South Carolina since it's in the low 40's in the morning and in the low 80's in the afternoon. You need a snow suit in the morning and a swim suit in the afternoon!
Cyclists seem to love autumn especially — we run into so many of them on the roads this time of year. (Not literally, of course....) Here in Greenville some streets have been modified to include bicycle lanes. It would be great to see the following on the pavement in one of those bike lanes.
Here's a sign that seems to have some sort of message for motorists and cyclists, but the meaning is a bit obscure. Is it about "running into cyclists?"
The words on the pavement below seem to conflict with the arrow.
This would be a fun scene to stumble upon.
My wife and I got our seasonal flu shots, as we've done each year for probably decades. This sign could be a good reminder, if you knew for sure what they're offering.
With winter right around the corner, we look forward to using our gas logs occasionally. Since they're unvented, our flue is closed. If our flue needs a shot, how do they do that?
With election season at a fever pitch (read: almost shrill), here several seasonal signs I like very much.
That's next week! Ahhhhh!
If you see a funny sign, please snap a picture and send it my way. Any comments on today's signs?
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"If there are weightier matters, there are matters that are less weighty." - J. D. Crowley
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