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Funny Things - Signs :)

I LOVE the funny signs here! They're awesome :) Here's a collection of funny signs that Adam and some other friends took that I just had to share :)
My friend Brandy took this one. A little background before you read it. Most vegetarians in South Asia feed their dogs vegetarian foods - bread, yogurt, veggies, etc. Anyway, this sign says: "Beware of Dogs - Strictly Non-Vegetarian". haha! Not sure what they mean by that - maybe they're trying to say that the dog isn't afraid to eat meat (YOU!) :)
My friend Kara took this picture the other day. She was taking a picture of the elephant, and then later noticed the billboard in the background. It says: "Replace the fear of unknown with Curiosity". It's for a PRESCHOOL! I'm pretty sure I would never send my kid to a preschool that advertised with a picture of a child next to a cobra...
Adam saw this place the other day... doesn't sound that good to me :)
This one makes me laugh! The sign was supposed to say: "Drink 'N' Dine" but the "N" was burned out - hahaha! Not a place I'd be excited to try :)
I love funny things :)


Erin G said…
I like how the cobra sign got your attention, but the person WALKING HIS ELEPHANT DOWN THE STREET is some kind of "normal" for you and didn't even get a mention. HAHAHA. :)
Carrie said…
Ha! I agree with what Erin G said! Too funny! The Drink N Die is my favorite!
Emily said…
These are GREAT!! These made me laugh so hard. They are the funniest ones I think you've posted, and that's saying a lot because there are a LOT of funny signs!!
So funny! Maybe they do snake charming at that particular pre-school... it's probably on the billboard, but just covered up by the elephant. HA!
KSA said…
Those are pretty funny. I have a whole file of pictures on my computer odd signs I have found around town. Most of the one here are due to spelling mistakes. My favorite is: "Western Fart Food" restaurant sign.
Brandy said…
I love funny signs. I need to be better about having my camera. It's hilarious all the funny signs around.
Christine said…
This is hysterical!

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