Cats, in general, are not known to be very respectful when it comes to food. But hey, who would expect anything different? They are natural-born predators, at the end of the day, so if you leave food lying around, don’t expect them to not have a nibble.
And if you leave you leave a glass lying around, don’t expect them to not knock it over. They will absolutely do it and they will absolutely enjoy watching you get mad. So, it’s only fair this nice coffee shop would want to warn its customers about the naughty neighborhood cat. Thanks, guys.
The Love Tomatoes
Such a lovely sign to see over your vegetables. Yes, it is cheesy, but cute, nonetheless. And, if you're shopping with your kids and are trying to get them to eat more vegetables, what better way than asking them to go pick some tomatoes and get some love?
This sign also makes a box of tomatoes look like a legit Valentine's Day gift, and we are definitely not hating that! Sure, roses are pretty to look at, but what business do they have in your salad? Kudos to the supermarket staff for making mundane grocery shopping just a little bit brighter.
This one is a double-edged sword because even though the witty sign may make a lot of people come in for a haircut, there might be people who are put off by reading the word "ugly" on a beauty salon's sign.
The stakes seem pretty low, though, because honestly, no matter how unattractive, any functioning human would look a million times better after getting their hair and nails done, a good facial, and a nice, relaxing massage. Regardless, we find it hilarious. Hey, at least they're being brutally honest — if they can't make you look good, you're the one with the problem. We dare you to walk in and find out.
Of Course It's Haunted
If you’ve ever moved into an old house or apartment, you’ve probably wondered about the place’s previous tenants. You know, things like what they did for work, or if they had any unfinished business left in this mortal coil, and if their soul is still inhabiting the place, making things go bump in the night.
Real estate agent Chase Hicks got sick of people asking whether the houses he has been showing are haunted, so he added a disclaimer to each and every one of the “for sale” signs. You know, except for the homes that were, in fact, haunted.
This is probably the worst Father’s Day gift you could deliver to your dad. You’re basically telling him that in all those years of working together in the garage, you didn’t hear a single thing he said. But hey, at least it can be used as kindling to warm the house on a really cold day.
This can probably be applied to life too, beyond crafts and wood cutting, but we probably missed that lesson as well. On the other hand, maybe this isn’t about double checking at all, but about a mysterious thing called “twic” that helps you make more accurate measurements.