I could have called this post "Sign Fail," but I'm convinced the verb-turned-noun fail has been so incredibly exhausted on the internet these days that it is soon going the way of no doy, psyche!, not!, and take a chill pill.
Sign #1: I drive by this sign every time I go teach, and it makes me laugh every time. Aren't all stores technically dollar and over stores?
Sign #2: We were walking on the bike path at Tahoe. This is a bike path I have walked/biked/run countless times since I was born. This year they decided to put signs on the path to tell you how to use it. Wrong, people. So so so wrong.
Don't most people know how to use a bike path? How could they get it so wrong? Everyone heading one direction should stay to their right. Pass on the left, but return to the right. I genuinely hope no one actually follows these signs. I've even considered calling the town to find out what in the world they were thinking.
Sign #3: This isn't actually a sign, but the back of a box of Dominos. Christian discovered this gem. The heading says "How to Play Dominos." Now read the text. (Click on the image to enlarge.) Do you know how to play Dominos now? Me neither.
3 years ago