This road sign could lead to some serious traffic trouble, considering it can’t make up its mind about what it wants from the cars passing by. The right lane MUST right-left, okay? Let’s hope that makes more sense to the people in the area than it does to us.
Are we supposed to stay right or go left? Hopefully, that’s not standing in a very congested part of town! Someone could actually get hurt by this person’s mistake. Fingers crossed that they’ve fixed it since this picture was taken.
Worst Phrasing Ever
Kruger & Matz have just won the prize for the worst phrasing and marketing failure ever.
We understand that English is maybe not your first language, but if you're going to advertise something, make sure it doesn't have a double meaning! Especially one like that!
If you just happened to be cruising home from work one day and randomly saw this giant face looking down at you from a billboard, what would you think? You’d probably wonder what on earth the sign was for. But either that was the point or this guy just didn’t care, because here we are (and there…he is.)
Maybe this guy ordered his billboard space through that app, Blip, or something similar. It allows anyone that has the money to spend to order the space. All you do is set a daily budget and choose whether you want your message to play during “peak times” or not – peak times likely meaning both rush hours and stuff like that. We wonder how much this guy paid to confuse everyone driving past this sign and make them feel a little uncomfortable.
You Had One Job
When drains are placed around streets, they are typically done so at a level that ensures they collect the rainwater like they’re supposed to do.
Unfortunately, this crew didn’t get the memo. Now, this drain is more for show than anything else.
We Got it The First Time, Anna
Perhaps it was the blind onion next door that put together Anna’s sign. It sure seems like they went a little overboard with the whole “food mart,” thing, doesn’t it?
Okay, we get it, you’re a food mart. Geez. Wouldn’t the large print be sufficient enough to tell us that, though? The smaller words in the middle and at the bottom of the sign aren’t helpful. If anything, they’re just confusing. Did Anna really think this sign was a good idea?