Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Sign Me Up; Hilarious Signs Spotted on Vacations

 
I love spotting signs on vacations--or anytime--that have double meanings or grammatical errors. The hilarious ones below are from Positive Words, Powerful Results by Hal Urban:

On a Maine shop: Our goal is to give our customers the lowest possible prices and workmanship.

In a Georgia Public Park: All dogs and some children should be kept on a leash.

At a New York Coffee Shop: Customers who consider our waitresses rude should see the manager.

Near a Diner/Gas Station in Indiana:  Eat here and get gas.

On a highway sign in Texas: Hitchhikers may be escaped convicts (the sign was full of bullet holes).

 


I will be taking a vacation the week of July 27-August 2, to speak at the Greater Philadelphia Christian Writers Conference, so will not be blogging that week or the following week. If the Lord brings me to your mind, I'll be honored if you pray for me.

Are you taking a vacation this summer? Have you seen any hilarious signs lately?