This sign acts as a warning, but we aren’t sure what against. It isn’t clear that there is a bridge nearby and how low the bridge is.
It would be much more helpful to have the maximum height allowed, but then again, this is classic Texan humor.
Service station food is not known to be the healthiest or the tastiest.
This sign is here to tell you that other options do exist for as cheap as they sell it in a service station and it won’t look or taste disgusting either.
Sorry Were Open
As signs go, this one is pretty confusing. Not only will people not be sure if they are open or closed but it also probably won’t attract too many people inside.
Maybe someone should let them know that they shouldn’t be sorry about being open.
R U Hairy?
Perhaps Texans like messaging to be blunt and to the point. This sign cuts out any niceties and asks a straightforward question.
If this sign were to speak to you, then being forward and asking a simple question might be just the ticket for you.
This sign is a warning that isn’t obvious as soon as you read it but makes you think for a second. Having a clear message is important but making people remember what you’re trying to tell them is equally important.
This can be achieved by driving a message home. We totally agree with this sign, as the message is on point and it’s a pretty disgusting thing to do.