I love funny signs and try to post some every month or so, as I accumulate them. Today's is a random collection, with no general theme, other than leaving me wondering. Several were spotted and photographed by some of my readers whose blogs I follow.
This past Saturday morning at the banana box sale, we saw a funny sign that daughter Megan posted on her blog. I wonder if a past incident occasioned the store's posting this sign.
Carrie's blog had a picture of a sign on the dumpster at their trash "transfer site." Carrie wonders what "etc." includes....
This next sign makes me wonder what "road surprises" might include. (Wish I could read Arabic.... Doug, if you're reading this, could you comment?)
A while back I did a post on Oreo cookies. I wonder if deep-fried Oreos are any better than the regular Oreos. If any of you ever tried one, what did you think?
That apostrophe before the final s also makes me wonder — a deep fried Oreo's what?! What can an Oreo own?
I wonder why we're supposed to stay away from Cliff Edge. From the image on the left, it looks as if he might be into martial arts.
It appears that the custodian at the gym compiled a list of things he's thanking visitors for not doing. The last item makes me wonder whether the custodian wants appreciation ... or not.
This sign makes me wonder about the dynamics in this neighborly relationship and whether anyone took advantage of the information supplied by the armed neighbor.
In a previous post of funny signs, I had a picture of a sign pointing toward the town of Dull. Here's another sign that makes me wonder what an adventure in a place called Dull might be like.
This picture from the Mysteries section of the Howe Library in Hanover, NH, makes me wonder whether the labels on the bookshelf are for real.
I wonder ... if the class had been scheduled for an earlier date, could the circumstances have been foreseen?
I wonder if anyone still observes this sign.
Chris's blog featured a picture of a strange sign he had seen in a store. I wonder if other people in the store saw it as bizarre too.
Chris mentioned that you can get your own copy at Amazon.
Did you wonder any of the same things I did? Maybe the signs made you wonder other things?
"The way of sin is the way of slavery." - Drew Conley
One reason congressmen try so hard to get reelected is that they would hate to have to make a living under the laws they've passed.
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