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A sign in the window of a Bluffton, Ohio, antique shop (now out of business:

 

"We buy junk and sell antiques."

 

Many years ago in Piqua, Ohio, I encountered a sign along the road, "Bicycle Path."  About 50 yards further there was a sign that read, "No Peddling."

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I never met a metaphor I didn't like.

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On our recent trip, we were behind a semi. Cracked up laughing because he had a sign that said "Hey, Stupid, if this is blinking, it means I am turning!" Some people may be put off by this, but my hubby & I found it funny! To many drivers follow to close and don't use their turn signals!

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@AARPTeri Laugh out loud funny! Thanks!

 

 

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That is funny...  here is another I saw..

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Smiley Happy This from one of my Irish friends:

 

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