If we only had to say one thing about this sign and then forever hold our peace we’d say that we feel seen and validated by this sign. Becoming one with pizza is our ultimate wish and we are happy to see that it is now possible with the help of this chalkboard message.
But how did this sign find its way into this yard? We think this was made specifically for a pizza party. One big tell-tale sign is the pizza floaty in the back. Next time someone has a pizza party without inviting us they’ll get a pizza us!
This Could All Be Yours
Many times when people do yard sales they try to make it as if the whole thing was designed for your personal gain. But, let's face it: no one is bending anyone's arm here. These people are just trying to get rid of their stuff, and most of their stuff, is, well, probably rubbish.
We mean, why would they be getting rid of it otherwise? Why would you sell something that is useful and operating? At least this sign just tells it like it is, you gotta appreciate the honesty. And hey, maybe someone could find some use for a frying pan with no handle.
The Kindness of Strangers
Being alive for as long as we have has taught us many different lessons, one of them being that you really can NOT count on the kindness of strangers. But life can surprise you sometimes. Even thieves can change their ways, as you can see in these two corresponding signs.
All this person had to do was to ask nicely and he got his wheelbarrow back! All that was left was to thank those who returned it with yet another sign. And hey, maybe the person who took it wasn't a thief at all and intended to bring it back once they were finished.
It's always important to respect people's right to privacy, but when you see a sign out in the open like that, it can be hard not to lay your eyes on it. If you already have, then, not reading what it says is just impossible! Reading IS essentially looking.
The most terrible thing is that by the time you are done reading it, you have no way of taking back your dirty deed, and you are only left to live with the guilt. Except it seems like the guilt wasn't that bad as at least one person was comfortable enough to take a picture of it and post it online.
Beware of a Lambush
Getting people to do the basic things all humans should do can be harder than it seems. Closing a door after you just walked through it? Yeah, that concept might be lost on more people than you'd expect. Let alone closing this graveyard's gate to avoid any sheep that might try to graze around there.
We are sure the place has a person in charge of landscaping (seems like a must for a graveyard) and would appreciate not having any sheep interfering with their plans for the place. The only way to get people to behave is by letting them know what happens if they don't. In this case, it's sheep causing chaos.