What a gem from the Colorado-based Indian Hills Community Center. This sign had us laughing for a while. They sure know how to keep the place alive, even in the dead of winter. Doesn’t it sound like some typical dad joke your father would blurt out in the middle of a family dinner? Yes, it’s cheesy. But great, nonetheless.
Ironically, if humans could choose a kind of pet to operate any kind of radiology device, they would probably have chosen dogs over cats. Something tells us that canines have better bedside manners than felines, and humans need that when someone is taking a picture of their innards.
Acts of Kindness
It's signs like these that remind us that ultimately, people are good-natured. It's easy to forget it, especially while reading an article full of signs that were put up to keep other people away for various reasons (political affiliation, property damage, unfaithful spouses about to meet a new reality — you name it).
While this isn't exactly a funny sign, it does make us smile. Look, it was even covered in plastic to protect it from the rain! If only more people could be this way, instead of posting the signs we usually see. We would certainly see more smiles in the world.
Beware of Dog?
What dog? Oh, you mean that adorable little pooch over there? The one that could fit in the drawer of our bedside table? Sure. We'll watch out. Although this dog looks harmless, we’re sure this sign is there for a reason. Admittedly, it does look tiny, but maybe it has a big bark and maybe an even bigger bite.
Certainly looks like it. It could be the meanest small dog in the history of canines for all we know. Just to be safe, it’s better to ring the bell. And if you manage to get by the dog, beware of its owner. Seems like they are even scarier if they own such a fearsome beast.
That mood swing really is not for the faint of heart. Some of these are far from being playground staples. We think everyone would love to have a portable sign like this at one point or another in their lives.
Or even a little stack of a few business cards with that sentence they could conveniently whip out of their pockets on bad days. Such a polite way of saying, “back-off”. Hey, at least the person was polite enough to warn us. And if we ever run into a sign like this in real life, we will be sure to run.
Don't Mess With Those Pills
This sign just goes to show just how much effort the Indian Hills Community Center is putting into making lives better for the community. Basically, anyone who drives past it has their day improved by at least 0.032 percent. That is real science. Don't check it though.
We have to say we totally agree with this yard sign. (Technically it's between a road and a parking lot but we will let it slide for now.) At least this guy is taking it in stride and wishing well upon whoever took his anti-depressants. To be honest, they probably are very happy.