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Melanie    Posted 05-27-2004 at 13:13:10       [Reply]  [No Email]
Am I the only one I know who sees poorly worded signs and gets a little grin out of 'em? For example, up at the college, there's a room in the Technology Building that has a bunch of fancy expensive equipment in it. By the time I get there for my evening class, that room is closed and locked. And on the outside of the door is a sign that says, "This Room Is Alarmed!!!"
And every time I see it all I can think is, "What scared it?"
I dunno, guess I'm just weird like that. :)

KellyGa    Posted 05-27-2004 at 20:16:29       [Reply]  [No Email]
How about "Blind Drive" lol. Is the driveway blind? Is somebody driving blind? lol, okay I know what it really means, but still...:)

geo. h    Posted 05-27-2004 at 16:30:53       [Reply]  [Send Email]
On the way to a tractor show i passed a building that was a gas station and cafe and sign says eat and get gas,I wander what they ment tehe geo.h

Stormie    Posted 05-27-2004 at 14:31:06       [Reply]  [No Email]
At a local ethnic resturant they have chicken nuggets listed as "chicken nuts". I always have to laugh when I see that.

Melanie    Posted 05-27-2004 at 16:06:43       [Reply]  [No Email]
LMAO!!!!!! THAT, my friend, is a great one. :) :) :)

EngineerJoyce    Posted 05-27-2004 at 14:18:32       [Reply]  [Send Email]
How about when somebody interchanges the words "their" and "there"?

And I chuckle at the handwritten store signs that say "Sell Today" instead of "Sale Today". Whereas Sale is a noun, and therefore a description of an event, Sell is a verb and therefore the description of the activity. They can Sell the shirt to me while I am shopping at their Sale.

Then there's the posessive apostrophe that people stick in plural words. "All Shirt's on Sell" when their shirts are on sale.

...yeah, I'm weird. (not wierd, whatever that is supposed to be... ;-) )

lamadon    Posted 05-27-2004 at 13:42:04       [Reply]  [No Email]
texas will confirm texas in the work areas on the hiway the first sign you see iz
........YOUR TAX DOLLARS AT WORK..............
the next sign you see iz
..............SLOW MEN WORKING...............
at least they'r truthful in texas...LOL LOL

DD    Posted 05-27-2004 at 14:01:07       [Reply]  [No Email]
SLOW MEN WORKING....yep, ya got that right....they should have one that says Men holding up shovels ; )

Or, one that says    Posted 05-27-2004 at 15:07:22       [Reply]  [No Email]
"Shovels holding up men"! LOL


bob ny    Posted 05-27-2004 at 13:30:28       [Reply]  [No Email]
in a little village of rondout ny the sign on the state road said roundout fo more than 20 years.or how bout slow children ahead,or the one i like private property survivers will be violated

Chas in Me    Posted 05-27-2004 at 13:23:32       [Reply]  [No Email]
Up here, there is a sign on a road that says,

"Slow up

Kristys Red Barn    Posted 05-27-2004 at 13:22:20       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I see the humor in those too, but it drives me crazy if they misspell anything on a sign.

Yep!!!    Posted 05-27-2004 at 13:18:02       [Reply]  [No Email]
Yer the only one!! LOL!!!

Clipper: ducking the skillet!

Pitch    Posted 05-27-2004 at 16:30:16       [Reply]  [No Email]
At the entrance to the motor pool shop at an Army base I worked at there was a sign on the door "Deaf Person in Shop" right below another one "Sound Horn on Entering"

JB    Posted 05-27-2004 at 23:23:11       [Reply]  [No Email]
I used to pass a farm that had a hand lettered sign they nailed up every year.


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