Do you ever feel like no matter what you do, everything turns out wrong? We all feel that way sometimes. Well, just today, especially for you, we have a sign that affirms exactly what you’ve already been feeling, you have, indeed, chosen the wrong way.
Who knows, maybe you’ll learn something along the way! We mean, you probably won’t, so at this point, you may as well just enjoy the ride, cause it seems like there’s no turning back. Seriously, this sign looks like it is positioned in a place where people can see only one they are ON the wrong way.
The 11th Commandment
This person only had one simple request. All he wanted was for people to stop parking in front of his garage. He tried the usual "No Parking" sign, but that just didn't work. After many failed attempts and many annoying people who couldn't care less, he landed on the perfect idea.
Why ask nicely, when one can use biblical language in order to command others? If it's written like one of the ten commandments, then who knows, maybe it's the 11th one! If it looks like the words of the Lord, people might actually listen. Seriously how has no one else thought of this sooner?
No Witches Allowed
When you think about it, witches do have an unfair advantage when it comes to basketball. After all, they can fly on their brooms all the way up to the hoop and shoot a basketball in a way not even the tallest person on earth could.
This is why witches should indeed be banned from playing against us humans. Or, if they really want to get on that court, they would have to leave the broom on the bleachers to even things out. What actually promoted this sign, we'll never know, but we bet there's a great story behind it.
Lawn and Order
We don't know if this lawn mowing business is as good as its name, but we do know they have already cracked one very important part of marketing — have an amazing, unforgettable name. Next time we need our lawn taken care of we are calling them no matter how new or functional our lawnmower is.
As if their brand name wasn't good enough, they also got themselves an amazing tagline, and we really have nothing left to do but tip our hat to whoever wrote this. And maybe try and call that person and get them to work for us.
Less Is More
When you live in a country that had a president who only had about three words in his vocabulary, tops, you learn you can make do with much less. Who needs too many words anyway? And don't even get us started on synonyms. More than one word with the same meaning? How redundant!
Let's face it, even if this person were to write something different in each and every line, the gist of it would have still been the same — they are selling the best stuff. And of course, for anyone who didn't get the message, the sign has hair that matches said former president.