Signz

May
30

I photographed this sign at a stop in historic, waterfront Wilmington, North Carolina this weekend. I love weird signs. You can see a whole collection of strange signs here where you can even vote for your favorites so I must not be the only one!


I liked this one, too–also from Wilmington. I mean, are those hours? They look like days to me. And just what is their idea of nights anyway? Apparently you are just supposed to know.


This one (from Garden City, South Carolina) is actually my favorite.
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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on May 30, 2007  

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  1. 5-30
    10:20
    am

    These are too funny! :lol:

  2. 5-30
    2:19
    pm

    lol love the first one :clap:

  3. 5-30
    5:42
    pm

    The Easy St. sign is fantastic!

  4. 5-30
    6:47
    pm

    I like East St. too – reminds me of the movie/musical “Annie”. :snoopy:

  5. 5-30
    8:18
    pm

    I wanna live on Easy Street :) My favorite sign is the one on I-40 between Nashville and Memphis: Bucksnort 20 miles.

  6. 5-30
    9:31
    pm

    I, too, want to live on Easy Street!!

    However, makes you wonder what people were thinking when they posted the “hours” sign! :shocked:

    Thanks for posting the funny signs. I needed the laugh.

  7. 5-31
    2:34
    pm

    :bananadance: Those are so funny. Thanks for sharing.
    Private Property is a hoot. I have seen people ignore Private Property signs so inviting them in may actually keep them out. :yes:

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