This is the kind of sign that gets the restaurant trending, but not exactly for the right reason. Of course, the sign wants you to eat there…but what’s that they’re serving? Ah. Well. Maybe uh… I’m not really into that sort of thing. I mean, certainly, I’m sure they taste good. You wouldn’t broadcast that sort of offer without getting the recipes perfect.
Uh, hey officer, could you go in and ask to talk to Jessica? Maybe ask a few questions? Ask about the kids? Yeah, because…yeah. The sign. Of course, that’s just the name of the restaurant probably. Probably. Please just be the name.
Nothing Krabby About These Patties
Burger King is seen as the younger brother to the king of the fast-food burger store, McDonald's, but there are plenty of people who prefer their food to the Clown Prince of Fries. They've been trying to branch out into humor, and this sign is going to get a chuckle from any of the millions who watched this cartoon show while they were kids.
Or adults, even. Of course, if they are hiring managers and Mr. Squarepants is one of the employees, they might have a hard time finding someone who is willing to manage this establishment – Spongebob is well-known for his hard-to-manage working style.
Quick, Write it Down! We have detail, I repeat, we have detail!
El Arroyo has done something incredible – they've actually given us some sort of information about their restaurant with their sign. It is, of course, part of a stupid joke that they made because they want people to take pictures and get the word out, but we can at least surmise that this Texas restaurant sells Tex-Mex.
The sign is true: no one wants a small taco. But what kind of taco? Chicken? Beef? Are there fish tacos? Maybe a proprietary mixture, with just the right combo of rice, cheese, guacamole, and tomato?
Not a Secret Anymore
We expect better of you, Wendy's. You say that your burger meat is always fresh, never frozen, but you've just let slip the secret. Wendy, are you sure your name isn't...Jessica (DUN dun DUUUUUUN)? And you're even hiring right now, which means you must be running out of patties.
All jokes aside, this is in somewhat poor taste (despite how good Wendy's food usually tastes), since a famous news story from 2005 revealed a visitor found a finger in her bowl of chili – yet it was revealed this was a hoax, and the visitor herself was arrested. But still, Wendy's, please change the sign.
It Would Have Made it Into the News
The song tells us that everyone was kung fu fighting, but as this El Arroyo sign says, there's no way it was everyone. There would have been mass panic – the fights would have spilled into bars, hockey arenas, and homes of male feminists – places where there is never physical violence!
El Arroyo has taken a stand since they're tired of people overstating just how prevalent the kung fu fighting was. Thanks for raising a good point, El Arroyo, you mysterious leader of the funny signs industry. Maybe one day you will tell us some useful information.