Discussion in 'Humor' started by Dusty, Apr 25, 2008.

  1. Signs

    [SIZE=+1]"Signs" [/SIZE]

    Spotted in the toilet of a London office: "Toilet out of order. Please use floor below."

    In a Laundromat: "Automatic washing machines. Remove all your clothes when the light goes out."

    In a London department store: "Bargain Basement upstairs."

    In an office: "Would the person who took the step ladder yesterday bring it back, or further steps will be taken."

    In an office: "After tea break, staff should empty the teapot and stand upside down on the draining board."

    Outside a secondhand shop: "We exchange everything -- bicycles, washing machines, etc. Why not bring your wife along and get a wonderful bargain?"

    Notice in health food shop window: "Closed due to illness."

    Spotted in a safari park: "Elephants stay in your car."

    Seen during a conference: "For anyone who has children and doesn't know it, there is a day care center on the 1st floor."

    Notice in a farmer's field: "The farmer allows walkers to cross the field for free, but the bull charges.

    Message on a leaflet: "If you cannot read, this leaflet will tell you how to get lessons."

    On a repair shop door: "We can repair anything. Please knock on the door -- the bell doesn't work."

  2. No, I think I'll just go somewhere else.

    What happens if the light doesn't go out?

    I thought basements were downstairs? :D

    Let me know which ones and I'll personally take them. One by one.

    Y'all can have the draining board. I'm going to get a cake.
    And I thought wifeswap was bad enough. :eek:

    Guess he forgot the morning pills, eh?

    I have an elephant. Here, take him.

    Good thing there's no more "Kid Magnet" on eBay.

    99 cents a step too; hopefully you'll make it far enough to put the money down.

    They'll have to have someone tell them - remember, they can't read!

    And you expect them to know how to repair anything... :rolleyes:
  3. That reminds me of a sign in the next town over from me. It was in front of a school.


    Now if someone doesn’t know how to read English, how are they going to know? :rolleyes:
  4. I went grocery shopping just recently and took a back road to the store where I usually go - Grocery Outlet.

    I was bouncing around on the back roads in Redmond and came to a sign...NO OUTLET.

    In the near-distance, at the end of this road, there was the big sign for the store: GROCERY OUTLET.


    I'm going to have to go back there and get a pic.

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