This is a pretty charming way to ask people to stay off the grass politely. Charming yet a little passive-aggressive, no doubt. What kind of monster would ever think to step on tiny grass and wake it while it sleeps? Not us, that’s for sure!
We are a little puzzled about something here — the sign seems to be hanging on a bamboo pole in a bamboo pile. Was the sign actually ironic about the bamboo being the “tiny grass”? Or, if there is, indeed, tiny grass off the frame that is currently busy sleeping, woulnd’t a sign be more effective if it was placed in the actual grass?
A Piece of History
Landmark signs are a big tourist attraction — for some reason, people love reading that something happened precisely where they were standing 500 years ago. Think about it — why else would so many people visit Plymouth Rock?
Perhaps it's their way of feeling like a part of history? At least this lawn knows that it has nothing to offer and declares as much. No one can claim that the place is overhyped when the actual landowner literally advertises it as the place where nothing happened. Imagine driving hundreds of miles just to see this sign! Totally worth it in our opinion!
Look, we are all for free speech. It's just that it's a human right we wish fewer people exercised. Just because you have a political opinion, doesn't mean you have to discuss it with your friends or neighbors or your kids' PTA. When you're sick and tired of your neighbors asking you who you're voting for — this is the sign to put up.
The fact of the matter is, you're simply not convinced any of the candidates running are worthy, and you cannot be bothered to explain why for the 50th time this week, so you found a sign that does it for you!
Never underestimate the power of an upset woman — or a well-crafted sign. When this woman found out her husband was being less than faithful, she decided that sharing the knowledge was a must. Not only did this wife find out the names of the women her two-timing spouse had a thing with, but she also decided that a public announcement was in order.
And she was totally right. One sheet and two cans of spray paint later, she had a professionally printed sign and the whole neighborhood knew why Chester was about to get his clothes set on fire. You go, girl!
No Soliciting...Unless It's Thin Mints
We're not going to lie, we completely understand the need for an elaborate sign like this. Imagine being at home, minding your own business, making tea, or playing FIFA or something, and the doorbell rings. Is it the burrito you ordered twenty minutes ago? Nope. It's a guy who wants you to buy a thing.
Now imagine it happening multiple times a day. Ugh. This sign has got it covered — unless you're selling Thin Mints, you're welcome to leave. We wonder how many solicitors visited this house before these homeowners before they decided enough was enough and purchased this custom-made sign.