This seems like it should have been pretty straightforward. If for some reason, you have a door that floats above the ground, a flight of three stairs should do the trick.
But — and we feel silly for having to say this — you should make sure the flight of stairs you build actually leads to the door and not into the wall…
The Definition of Irony
If you ever look for "Irony" in the dictionary we believe you should find this picture, as it's the perfect example of it!
The very same pop-up message telling you to slow down and make sure you're correct is guilty of one of the ultimate grammar sins: confusing between "your" and "you're." Seriously, at this point, everyone should know when to use which one!
Where Should I Go?
At first glance, this looks like a solid sign. But, upon further inspection, it becomes clear that this sign might mislead some of us, depending on how we read it.
Is the customer car park to the right, or to the left? It could be either one. Guess you'll just have to make a guess and hope you get it right.
You Only Had One Job
They say that the cobbler's children have no shoes, but we've never heard it said that the carpentry can't make itself a new wooden sign! What a disgrace.
We feel like there's no excuse in this case. They already have the materials and they wouldn't have to pay anyone for the labor. Also, who would trust a carpentry with a paper sign?
What do you mean don't put beverages in cup holders? What should we use this cup holder for, if not to hold our drinks?
Which warning will come next? Please don't sit on the chair? Or maybe, please don't sleep on the bed? Wait, we have a better one — please don't read this article! Are you still reading? We told you to stop!