This is about as creative as it gets. It’s simple, yet so on point. Can you imagine Mike Tyson at a garage sale? Going through cardboard boxes and trying to get a good deal on a vanity mirror or a cake mixer? Well, now you can. You’re welcome.
This sign is an “if you know, you know” kind of situation, and for those who may not know, Mike Tyson has a slight lisp. And though we are against poking fun at people for any sort of speech impediment, we couldn’t help but giggle! Very slightly and inaudibly (we don’t want to get in trouble with that guy), but still giggle.
There is no drama like lawn drama. We need to know what the premise of this neighborhood feud is! Why did someone call the police on this lawn, it looks absolutely magnificent to us! Are these birds protecting this yard?
We're not sure exactly what happened, but words like "your move" are words that frighten us. We'd keep our distance. That being said, we would also like to set up a camera there just to see what the neighbor's next move actually is. Our money is on filling their own lawn with a bunch of decorative dinosaurs. You know, just to one-up Flamingo Dude.
Rest in Peace, Old Man
Well, if this isn't the very definition of in-your-face, then we don't know what is. We wonder what kind of grandpa that man was to have earned the "finally" on that hot pink sign. We hope that apart from dentures and canes, this old man left behind some worthwhile stuff.
Maybe that's the reason his family wanted him to move on to the next plane of existence so much. We have never been to an estate sale but are very interested in visiting one. So if you've gone looking for gold at an old man's house, give us some tips!
Everything Must Go!
"Cheating Garage Wife Sale"? That can't be right. Oh, wait, now we get it. It's the placement of the writing on the two sides of the cardboard that had us confused for a minute there. Plus, there is the fact that the bottom half of the sign goes top to bottom and then left to right. Not much consistency there, but we get it. The guy is going through a difficult time.
When this man wrote, "everything must go," he meant everything! Including his unloyal wife. This will probably be the most savage yet worthwhile yard sale you'll attend this year. We wonder if his wife and her lover came to the sale to buy back all of his belongings before moving out!
That Christmas Spirit
This sign you need to hear in order to understand. You might also need to know some Spanish, or at least what "Navidad" means. (It means Christmas.) Most people get in the Christmas mood by adding decorations such as lights and snowmen, but when you're tight on money, it's always nice to think outside the box and DIY something.
What better way to get into the Christmas spirit than by turning a "For Lease" sign into a holiday card for everyone to read as they drive by? At least that's what we hope happened — not kids with a huge Sharpie and too much spare time.