It’s a bad sign! These Supposedly Helpful Ads Will Leave You More Confused Than Ever
We typically hardly record messages delivered on public signs because, for the most part, they tell us exactly what we expect to read. But sometimes, they will stop us in our tracks.
facebook group The absurd signal projectwhichh With over 100,000 members, it’s a community where people can share the weird and wacky signs they’ve seen on their travels around the world.
While some of the posts made people laugh because of their wording, like a road sign directing people to a place called ‘Horneytown’ Road in Carolina, others are funny because of their setting.
For example, a sign in a US grocery store told customers ‘look what $1 can buy’ on top of three completely empty shelves.
This sign is something many can relate to with the cost of living crisis and rising inflation – there’s nothing on the shelf you can get for $1
Hey? Ironically, someone has tried to create a sign to make your tricky entrance easier to find, but it’s even more confusing.
Elsewhere, a sign on the counter of a butcher shop in the US urged people not to laugh at a sign that a “dry rub” makes meat taste better.
And the employees of one store decided that honesty was the best policy and hung a sign in the window to say that they would be open late due to a ‘collective hangover’.
Here, FEMAIL takes a look at some of the funniest signs posted on the Facebook group…
This hilarious sign directs people to Horneytown Road which is located in South Carolina in the US.
Oh! A mark of a man urinating sits on a mark of two circular objects with a pair of scissors cutting into some eggs that look alarmingly like testicles.
The people who made this cheeky sign at a butcher shop in the US knew it would make people laugh.
The store staff were very honest with their customers, saying they would be opening later due to some headaches and asking if customers could “be nice”.
Two shops located side by side in the Fenland town of March make up ‘The Pet Shop Boyes’, a nod to the pop duo The Pet Shop Boys, who were famous in the 1980s and 1990s for their hits.
what duck? A rather strange sign that claims that ducks have ‘laser beams attached to their heads’
It’s unclear if this billboard in Georgia was a poorly thought out placement or a deliberately provocative marketing ploy.
A sign that shows that punctuation is everything could lead to some confusion for dog owners.
The sign describing the items available in this supermarket aisle paints a lonely picture of someone who buys meals for one, bottles of wine, and has a cat.
A sandblaster that spreads sand on the floor in the snow has an image of the Internet meme Salt Bae on the back in reference to the celebrity chef who went viral for his style of seasoning.
A rather peculiar sign that points people towards a red button that is labeled “green button”, which can leave some people trapped inside.