PaWC- Funny Signs

Photo a Week Challenge

I’ve got some pics of funny signs. On a few of them, you can make what you will of them. They were out in public to be seen so I’m not apologizing for what I thought when I saw them.

This one had a really cute horse.
If you’ve ever watched “The Walking Dead”, this sign is funny.
Intentional font?
Clever name for this crazy store?
Girls Gone Wine in Oklahoma. They’ve got some great wine as well as a cool name.
Who else gets to have a life-size pink elephant with their sign?
The wax museum in Branson, MO. Everything is dramatic there.
My all-time favorite sign. I can’t help it. It’s funny. In Missouri. (crappy photo. sorry but it was raining.)

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    1. Thanks! The Walking Dead is a really good show, but not for everybody. Branson is interesting. I really enjoyed the Titanic museum there. They had an exhibit where you could put your hand in water that is the same temperature as when the Titanic sunk. It was timed to see how long you could keep your hand in it. I think I lasted about 1 1/2 minutes. Very sobering.

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      1. You’re welcome. Maybe some day I’ll watch a rerun of TWD and see what it’s all about.
        That museum would be interesting to see. I can’t imagine being in that cold of water. You lasted a long time. In our area we teach people what to do if you fall into the ice so that you don’t go into shock. I just avoid ice altogether so I don’t have to worry about it. In the movie Jack talks about Lake Wissota – that’s just miles away from our home. Ice fishing hasn’t started yet, the lake is still open, but come January – March it’ll be a busy place.
        TMI?! LOL!

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      2. TWD isn’t your typical zombie show. Definitely gory though. I couldn’t make myself walk out onto a frozen lake, even though I’ve seen vehicles out on them on TV. Honestly, I’d like to just hibernate through winter. πŸ˜€

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      3. Hmm…I’m not such a fan of gory, so maybe I’ll pass.
        I grew up on the lake fishing, no matter what season. My dad keeps me posted as to when he can just walk on it, when he can ride his 4-wheeler on it, and when the truck is safe to drive on it. He’s fallen in with the 4-wheeler, so he’s a bit more careful now.
        I’m with you on the hibernate mode. I have a pile of books ready for this winter!

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