Interesting Sign Language

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19 Responses

  1. tommy says:

    Funny. Thanks for posting.

  2. stainless steel cooking says:

    Great way to break up a dull afternoon. Thanks for these pics and the laughs!

  3. jeff says:

    Funny stuff….I’m still laughing at the secret nuclear bunker…lol

  4. Jody says:

    Too funny!

  5. Bob says:

    I live near the Bunker. It’s a museum of a cold war relic

  6. WOW! These are some realy funny signs.

  7. Kylie says:

    Nothing funny about the Australian sign. Would you rather they NOT tell you there’s no fuel for the next 500ks? We have signs like that all over the place. They save lives.

  8. Johnny says:

    On the 3rd pic I can understand the no bikes sign… kids might try to grind the rails with their bikes.

  9. dawson says:

    The ‘Deer Crossing’ signs are supposed to get more attention, as people are thinking “Why the f*ck was there a rhino on that f*cking sign?” instead of “Sign-blah-blah-what? sign? did I see a sign?”

    The drunk locals one is fake.

  10. mary says:

    Hilarious!! OMG! The gold course and nuclear bunker ones were my favorites! HEHEHE still laughing!

  11. Kyle says:


    the last one isnt there

    i live in north vancouver, there are no such signs

  12. cAROLINE1957 says:

    Amazing that there are such funny signs around us.

  13. zmaja says:

    it’s raining men is my absolute fav!

  14. Drewski says:

    Haha for some reason the Deer Crossing one made me laugh for like 90 seconds straight

  15. poop alot says:

    interesting…..very interesting

  16. gargoil says:

    Yes, there ARE signs like that in North Vancouver, BC, Canada. I’ve seen them myself on the road to Deep Cove.

  17. BaiShan says:

    I live in Vancouver and have it on good authority that the exotic animals represented on the deer warning signs were used because there were no deer in the animal cracker box the sign painters were having for lunch, so they had to copy what they had.

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