It's been a while since I posted the signs that have come my way. From people's remarks and the comments to posts with signs, I think many others share my enjoyment of funny signs. This post has a couple of signs that the faint of heart may not enjoy. They aren't terrible to most readers, but I thought it best to let the fragile know there are a few signs that might disturb.
I have actually ended up with quite a few food-related signs in my sign folder. At least, I think this first one is about food....
This next one reminds me of when I hear the same ad on TV several minutes apart.
Someone did some creative graffiti on this sign.
This next one is ... um ... interesting.
I can identify with this one.
This billboard makes me smile.
Some readers took this next one for me on a recent road trip. Now tell me again what road we're on....
Someone with a good sense of humor captured this moment.
Do you ever miss a road sign because of foliage? Either the tree/bush needs to go, or the sign needs to be moved.
Someone told me about some ads that a funeral home in Germany has put up in subways.
I guess, for the sake of tourists, they have the same ads in English.
I'll end with a couple that contain some bathroom humor. This next one reminds me of one section of my post on the WC.
I don't know what to say about this next one.
Half of my readers will like this next sign.
I'll end this post with a little shameless "Poppie" news....
One sign that I'm getting older is that I keep accumulating grandchildren. Early Monday morning we heard the great news that a sweet little granddaughter had been born to Mark and Katie. Little Avery Nichole weighed in at 7 lbs 12 oz and was 20 ½ inches long. Both mother and baby are doing well and hope to come home from the hospital today.
Here's our little keeper.
Here's their whole family.
I hope that this blog post has delivered some laughs and smiles.
"Every delight on earth is in some way marred." — Drew Conley
A baby first laughs at the age of four weeks. By that time his eyes focus well enough to see you clearly.
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