Poor sign, there’s something about you that just makes people want to throw things, stones specifically. It’s almost like you’re asking for it. That little plaque might as well have a bullseye mark on it and a nearby scoreboard. It’s a human nature thing. We always want what we can’t have.
That’s why diets never work. Or, at least, they will only start working once someone sees the power in telling a person they cannot, under any circumstances, have a cucumber. As much as it appears as if you don’t want stones thrown at you, trust people to do the exact opposite of what they’re told.
Don't Be Alarmed!
If you live near a farmhouse or a property with stables, hopefully, you would be familiar with this by now, but if not, just know that there is nothing wrong with the horses laying on the ground. Most people aren't used to seeing horses sleeping, so when they do, they think there is something wrong with them.
Are they sick? Are the owners mistreating them? No, they are just taking a nap. Maybe we should do the same. Good to know that, at the very least, they are concerned enough about the horses' wellbeing to call the police about it!
Dandelions are delightful little flowers that should harm no one. Though on the other hand, gusts of wind may have sent these delicate little petals flying into (possibly allergic) neighbors' noses. Those neighbors then put up a sign asking Mr. Dandelion to handle the overflow of flowers in their yard.
Though we think the all-caps and the three exclamation marks are overkilling it, Mr. Dandelion's response is priceless. When you find yourself overwhelmed by dandelions, just make it a free-for-all! We wonder how many people showed up for dandelion picking that day. Certainly not the ones who put up that sign.
No Hanging Zone
Please avoid hanging signs on this fence at all costs. This fence is not made for signs, it merely does not have the strength for it, nor does it look good. This fence doesn't belong to you. Oh, wait? A sign is already there it seems. Lead by example then.
All jokes aside, it seems that this fence belonged to someone who kept getting swamped with signs. Guess there is no way better way to get the message across other than sticking a sign on the fence. It's not like the owner could just cover it with saran wrap. Those things are expensive!
Jogging is a messy business. Runners get red, hot, and sweaty, which usually results in them wearing less textile than they would when they are, let's say, waiting for their package at the post office. This household has had its fair share of joggers pass that house.
Unfortunately, it looks like not everyone got the original memo for the dress code. Something about those jiggling bodies offends the kids (or the parents) in that house. Well, it looks like either the kids are going to have to avert their eyes, or those joggers might have to start covering up. This might not go down well.