Rocks. Should we walk and/or climb on them? Well, what does the sign say? It says not to, and that if we get hurt and try to sue we will be mocked for it. I guess that’s that. Get my crampons.
You have to love a sign that not only tells you exactly what is best practice but will also make fun of you for ignoring it or going against its advice. These are usually put up after enough people have done something stupid. Enough so that the owner has decided that people should feel stupid before they get hurt.
Ever Wonder Why They're Called Nightmares?
While it is often thought a nightmare has to do with a horse in its original etymology, it's actually from the Old English word "mare," a demon that torments with frightening dreams. The horse in this picture, however, is absolutely a nightmare – just look at that thing.
It looks like it's going to be in your bedroom when you wake up in the middle of the night. The sign doesn't help, either – it kind of looks like that “may” should be a “will.” The end should read “and the horse will enjoy it.” Shoo horse! Let me sleep!
Hope You Brought a Jacket
Hippos seem like they're friendly, lovable creatures that you can hug and squeeze, but don't be fooled — they are actually one of the most dangerous animals in the wild. They are incredibly fast, quite territorial, and have jaws that can easily crush melons. Plus, they come with something called a splatter zone, and that is never a fun time.
While it's probably just a warning about the mud that might come flinging off a tail after a dunk, this sign looks like it's warning about something much, much worse. Something that there should absolutely be a sign warning you about.
Or Just Start Eating
Corn mazes are good, simple fun for people who want to enjoy the outdoors while the weather is getting colder. Add in other autumn experiences like hot apple cider, costumes, and starry nights, and you have a recipe for fun. Of course, those mazes can be complicated, and some people might get lost.
Don't worry, this sign says – help is on the way. It might be a couple of days, but there's plenty of food around you in case you get hungry. Try not to talk that much, though – unless it rains you won't have much to drink.
Don't try to break into a wolf sanctuary. We aren't sure why anyone would want to, but just don't do it. Not only are there the normal fears about gun owners, police, and going to jail, but you also might get mauled by dozens of wolves.
Heck, this spot might be the safest place in the county if this sign is posted all the way around it. Yeah, go ahead, try to sneak in. We bet it won't end up very well for you. Any intruder will need some body armor. Or they'll have to carry a lot of big dog treats.