Apparently, the traffic control center came up with a new game called “Who Can Guess the Traffic Light?” And hey, can you blame them? Imagine if you had to sit in a room staring at a screen all day, controlling a city’s traffic. Wouldn’t you want to spice things up a bit?
For everybody’s sake, though, we hope this is just a case of an old traffic light that they forgot to take down. Otherwise, that intersection is just a disaster waiting to happen. And it’s not going to be the only thing waiting. Can you imagine the drivers who would come across this and sit and wait for the lights to turn green?
Just Throw It in the Trunk
This next photo is dangerous, harmful, and life-threatening in many ways. We'll start with the design. Where is the class? Everything is so tasteless. There is no thought about what goes where, and it seems that someone just randomly placed the skeleton heads in the trunk.
Then, we can't ignore the fact that this is hazardous. Any other commuter wouldn't be able to take their eye off, instead of paying attention to traffic. And, of course, those chains. Look how black they are. We would be scared driving behind it on a highway, let alone being in the truck with them.
Stay Out of the Bike Lane
This sign achieves something pretty amazing — it defies its own instructions! The sign reads, “Give cyclists space,” which is a great sentiment. Unfortunately, it completely undermines that statement by being positioned in the middle of the bike lane.
We have no idea what they were thinking when they put it up and dangerously blocked the bike lane, forcing bikers to swerve into the lane used by cars. Luckily, the cart has wheels, which makes this absurd situation easily rectified. Yet again, this is another great example of things you see while commuting to work that get you laughing and make your day great.
This drive to work will transport you back to 1987 when one of the best parodies was created. Back in the 1980s, there were no limits to what you could say on screen, and Mel Brooks took it all the way with his masterpiece. Whoever is driving this vehicle obviously thought so, too.
For those who haven't seen the movie, you might miss this gem, or find it disturbing, especially on the road (so go and watch the movie). However, to us, those who have memorized the script and can never get enough, this is one great start to the day.
There is nothing odd about seeing a rustic old tractor making its way to the fields. In fact, a sight like this can actually cheer us up on the way to work, changing the urban scenery with a touch of farm delights. But what doesn't quite work here is the man in the suit.
When you see a tractor like this on the road, the next thing you would expect to see is a man in mussy boots and rustic overalls. Oh well, it looks like the recession had hit the big corporates, too, and this is the best company car they could afford.