These Signs Beg More Questions Than They Answer

By: Jessica Marcel - Published: Oct 16, 2009 • References: telegraph & telegraph
The Telegraph presents Week 70 of their ‘Sign Language’ series, which highlights public signage that either fails to explain the situation or presents an immediate oxymoron. Have a look at these warning sign fails; they’ll brighten up your day.

Take, for example, the sign banning alcohol in a hotel right next to the wall-mounted bottle opener. What’s the real message here? Warning sign fails also occur when a sign is absolutely not understandable. The wolf/dog sign…warning there are dogs? No dogs allowed? The dog behind the sign seems to be defiant of that one. Stats for Warning Sign Fails Trending: Older & Buzzing
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