Monday, November 24, 2008

The Language of Signs

Signs are great communication tools. Though they can sometimes be misleading or ambiguous, once in a while you come across some really hilarious ones, like these as submitted to telegraph.co.uk . The comments are copied verbatim from the site, simply because I couldn't do better. Enjoy them... For more chuckles, visit the site.

A sign in Beijing Zoo says..


Oh dear!...Is the car park half full or half empty?


Drive-by surgery
The streets in Wausau are kept so clean you could perform surgery on them.
Location: Wausau, Wisconsin


Deep thinkers ahead
Superficial drivers should proceed with caution.
Location: Opiki, New Zealand


Fresh flesh
We only sell the fleshest food.
Location: Tokyo, Japan


Have you come across any that can top these?

10 comments:

  1. Hahha..funny signs. Don't wanna shop at flesh food..:D

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  2. Very funny! Haha! Hmm, flesh food nice or not? LOL

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  3. I can't top that, but I can send you to a site I think you'll like!

    http://www.typealyzer.com/

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  4. dude, what's ur favourite beer, I saw ur comment on the other blog about paulaner...cheer!!!

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  5. MBL, it's just a matter of getting used to. No? LOL!

    Foong, nice or not? Probably an acquired taste? Like durian? :p

    Do I sound like a cannibal? The great test might come if I'm stranded with a few other people with no food in sight. *Gulp* Nah!!!!

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  6. "Flesh market" sounds better...

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  7. Hey Bonnie, thanks for the link. I've done it. Check it out here.

    Kennhyn, hi! I'm not a beer person but probably it has to be Paulaner for its sweet taste. Could you tell the difference between the one served at Microbrewery and the one here in KL?

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  8. KS, flesh market would have everyone fleeing. haha...

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  9. Ha, ha, ha....! :D Flesh food. People who can't pronounce "fresh" properly pronounce it as "flesh" instead :p

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  10. Car park full of empty cars.

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