When you own a business, it is always worth it to attract the attention of your customer by standing out from the crowd.
But it seems that some companies have gone a step too far in trying to beat their competition.
These brutal signals from companies from all over the world ensure that you do a double take.
From & # 39; Poo-ping Palace & # 39; in Thailand to a sign for a Kid & # 39; s Exchange that can easily be misinterpreted, these signs make you scratch your head to ask, what exactly did the entrepreneurs think?
Companies from all over the world have captured the imagination of passers-by with their cheeky and hilarious characters (pictured, a Kids Exchange, in an unknown location that can be seen as a place to trade kids)
Anyone for a solo fishing trip? One store promised top class & # 39; bait and tackle & # 39; to sell for private charters
Is that a bouncer? Another company, whose location is unknown, revealed their somewhat coarse and potentially vulgar sign for a children's playground
I hope it serves good food! Meanwhile, customers in the Thai restaurant Poo-ping palace hope that they will not go home with an upset tummy
Oh my God! A church center, in an unknown location, may not be the first thing that comes to mind when you see the sign & # 39; The Glory Hole & # 39; see
I wonder what they are selling! One furniture store, at an unknown location, revealed their cheeky play on word sign
Another Christian center, presumably in the US, knows for sure how it can attract the attention of churchgoers on a Sunday
Sounds great! One pizzeria, in an unknown location, promised that their Italian food & # 39; fresh & # 39; was, despite their sexual signs
Curl up and paint? One hairdressers, presumably in the UK, promised top quality hair and beauty
I hope so! One funeral center, presumably in the US, seemed to miss its double entente sign that made customers feel shocked
Once you see it, it's hard not to make it invisible! Although it seems boring, the logo of one company, which is believed to be in the US, is far from it
Smells like fish for me! One sushi restaurant, in an unknown location, can ward off customers before they even arrive with their rude sign
Meanwhile, another manicure salon, in an unknown location, had promised nails and spa, a cheeky name that could not help but attract attraction
Full of hot air? One company appeared to have scratched his board to showcase a seemingly rude board
It's a Cari hairdresser! One unfortunate hairdresser, presumably in the US, turned out to be mistaken in her position
That doesn't sound good! One sushi and seafood buffet, at an unknown location, had a rather rude sign
We are not sure if that is advertising! Another liquor store, at an unknown location, had a ridiculous sign
And what service do you offer? One company, whose location is unknown, says their reputation is building & # 39; & # 39; – although their title is questionable
Sounds meaty! One burger joint, presumably in the US, proudly stated that they & # 39; Fat Ho Burgers & # 39; made by hand
Sounds like a nice stay! Halfway through the inn, which is said to be in the US, promised an unforgettable stay for customers
Well that sounds wrong! Another museum, the location of which is unknown, promised a & # 39; hands on & # 39; experience for children
Another dental practice, presumably in the UK, promised a supportive environment for nervous patients
We do what it says on the can! One practice, presumably in the US, clearly couldn't think of a name for their service, so just wrote what a vet does
A hilarious sign at a cleaning service promised a sparkling clean on carpets, gutters, and windows from & # 39; Spruce Springclean & # 39;
Excuse me? Another sign, at an unknown location, allows customers to take a double take after reading
. (TagsToTranslate) Dailymail (t) femail (t), Thailand