Recently our son Mark sent me a picture of a sign he passes frequently. The unfortunate sign that has somehow lost one letter:
When I looked in that folder, I found some great signs I had forgotten about. Hope you enjoy them.
This picture was sent by a reader who found the combination of businesses next to each other amusing. You can click on the picture below to see a larger version.
The situation below looks confusing for anyone dependent on the bus system.
Parking near this group of signs may just be asking for a parking ticket.
(for those who don't speak French, the signs read, from top to bottom: No Parking 10 a.m - 11 a.m. Tuesdays and Fridays from April 1st to Dec. 1st; Two-hour parking from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Except for those with resident permits from Sector 31; Except during forbidden times) So......... who can safely park there, and when?!
I'm surprised there aren't more slips of paper missing from the sign below!
It would be fun to see the following sign right next to the sign above.
The next sign lacks specificity, but still gets the message across.
This restaurant's name gives ample warning.
With many receding hairlines, this next place is trying to be recession proof.
I wonder if this sign is selling baldness or offering treatment for it.
This next sign will probably not draw too many shoppers.
The customers might be flocking to this Walmart instead.
The following sign used to protrude even more.
The following sign needs a protrusion ... or maybe better planning, as the sign suggests.
Thanks to many readers who send me pictures and stories. Please keep 'em coming!
"The chief value of jars of clay is not what they are, but what they contain." - Drew Conley
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