Hold the pole, not our attention! Here, the makers of this subway sign made it very known that there is to be no practicing dance of any kind on the poles of this moving vehicle. The message is clear: a subway car is not the place to put on a show.
An effort ignited to target unruly, discourteous behavior or trains and buses in the Big Apple, signs like the above are intended to serve as a reminder of proper rider etiquette when on the subway.
In Case You Were Planning To
Apparently, the people that put up this sign don't have much faith in humanity. We understand why there would be several safety signs around a swimming pool, but 'Do Not Breathe Under the Water'? Seriously?
We'd certainly hope that whoever decides to go swimming would have enough basic common sense not to try and breathe underwater. But hey, then again, you never know.
Parked Illegally? You're Fine
Illegally parked? Don't worry about it, the car will be fine. This sign is just absolutely hilarious. It's incredible what just a small missing letter can do; if only they had remembered to put the "d" at the end of "fine."
Although we must say, we're happy they didn't catch that mistake because this is 'laughing out loud' material. And it's nice to know that even the illegally parked cars will be fine!
Come Join the Fun!
Who knew cemeteries could be fun? When this church decided to advertise its summer camp, it didn't think twice when it came to its ad placement. Or maybe their idea of fun involves being buried 6 feet under?
Obviously, not many parents would sign their kids up at this summer camp, no matter how desperate they were to get some peace and quiet around the house!
The Untrained Eye
We want to give all the people who were involved in designing this grace, but it's very hard to do so when trains and ships look nothing alike.
Even the untrained eye (pun intended) should be able to tell the difference between these two means of transportation, one has wheels and is used on the ground and the other is used for sailing at sea... Do we really have to explain this?