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Signs!

Hi Neighbors!

We recently returned from our trip to Florida, and of course one of the fun things we do while traveling is look for interesting or funny signs.  You know what I am talking about, billboards, advertising for businesses, even Real Estate Signs that have bad grammar, or a mistake on them that makes them funny.  Sometimes it is just the way the sign is worded.   We even have found a few church signs with bloopers!

While on our trip we ate at a pizza buffet that had signs all over the wall.  One of the funniest that we found was a sign that read, "Stupidity is not a handicap, park elsewhere."  the family shared a laugh over this one!  Next to it was a sign that said Entrance Only/Do Not Enter.  I would LOVE to own one of the stupidity ones to place out front by our driveway!  I can imagine the looks we would get.

We also visited an ice cream shop in Florida that had a sign up reading, "A new line of super-premium Ice Cream Flavors will be featured in stores throughout 2010 for a limited time."  Wow!  2010 for a limited time and here it is 2013.  AMAZING!  And yes it is a well-known company!  My daughter and I were really laughing over this one!

Of course I have shared the one with you before from a BBQ place down south that had a HICK SANDWICH on special for $5.99.  I wonder what the town folk thought about that one!

Have you ever seen signs like these?  You know, ones that make you laugh or stare in surprise.  If so what is your all-time favorite?  Be sure to share it with us in the comments.  We like to take pictures of them when we can, so w can share them with others.  Of course with all the electronics we now carry just about anytime we see one, someone can take a picture!  Maybe some of you have a picture you would like to share with us At the Fence!  Let me know and we can post it here!

Thanks for visiting with us and be sure to stop by At the Fence again soon!

Disclosure:This is a paid post, however all thoughts and opinions are mine.

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