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  1. Elizabeth Barrette at |

    The strangest road sign I saw simply said, "Hidden Entrance." Apparently it was very well hidden, since I couldn't spot it. But wouldn't advertising the hidden entrance sort of defeat the purpose of hiding it in the first place?

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    1. Shacylah at |

      lol wow did u ever find it

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  2. Nicole at |

    You really have no sense of humor at all, do you? The dog sign was funny, the car with the parachute was funny.

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  3. Elianne Ramos at |

    You should be grateful. At least there ARE road signs here. In Latin America, darling, you're on your own!

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  4. Titus at |

    Funny ones here, but I remember seeing some that were a whole lot funnier. One was 'deaf cat crossing.'

    Again, good ones, but not really the top 10. ;]

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  5. Michelle Barnett at |

    In Indiana, when you see a "deer crossing" sign, it means that occasionally, in the fall, in the evening, you might potentially see a deer; so when we were traveling in Colorado once, we laughed when we saw a big "deer crossing" sign with flashing lights-until we turned the corner. There on each side of the road (my theory was that because the snow was so deep that they come to the edge where the grass is showing, to eat) were hundreds of deer and elk (as big as our car)!

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  6. Steph at |

    I sware I saw the dog sign somewhere before.

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  7. Ash at |

    Nicole, the whole list was made to be humorous. Nowhere in the list is there a touch of seriousness. Lighten up.

    And Titus, I've only seen that sign online with a black background, so I'm not sure how authentic it is.

    Either way, thanks for reading my list.

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  8. Matthew at |

    i luv the duck crossing sign :))

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  9. Dave at |

    The majority of these signs are pretty funny, even the more serious ones you've put a fun spin on.

    However, the moose sign isnt. Moose crossing the road is an extremely dangerous thing. A car hitting a moose almost inevitably kills the driver and any passenger in the front seat. Plus, roadsigns are a necessity for moose, due to their basic invisibility at night. They are extremely dark animals, blending in even with lights on them, however the most dangerous part is their eyes. Unlike most animals, they dont reflect light, thus headlights are even more hampered.

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    1. Julia at |

      Dave can u lighten up a little your like a freaky genius when it comes to moose. Thanks dear for the facts but they put it on the site to make people laugh and did you see the size of the sign? And really you said thus who says thus!?

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  10. Willow at |

    My favourite sign is one on the entrance to my local park:

    'No adults unless accompanying childen'

    (in my mind it should be the other way around)

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  11. Michelle at |

    Actually, moose are extremely fast. They have been seen to run over 40 miles per hour. I have actually had one try to out-run my car while going 50, and it was keeping up.

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  12. Simply Ridiculous at |

    ROFL!!

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  13. Offset Drivers at |

    These are great — I really like the one that has "dog language" also!

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  14. DarkSock at |

    I peed in a horse once

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    1. archworf at |

      you…PEED…IN…A HORSE?? Was the horse cool with that? Because that is seriously weird!

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      1. Shacylah at |

        LOLOLOLOLOL #DEAD

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  15. Calculon at |

    Tanks aren't slow, and they don't have to slow down for ****

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  16. a t at |

    I saw the elderly people sign in Madeira. Of course it seemed to be the destination of choice for senior tourists.

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  17. Bert at |

    Dave's right – moose are extremely dangerous animals. Not only are they huge, but they sit on spindly legs which happen to raise their body just above a car's hood, ensuring they go right through a windshield. Oh, and they like to hang out in the middle of dark roads, at night, just after you come out of a curve or over a hill.

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    1. archworf at |

      Some have been seen in the company of flying squirrels, often followed by a strange Russian couple.

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  18. calypso at |

    My favorite was the Batman And Robin crossing sign. so random, since its outside of a meuseum

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  19. Cortney at |

    2 great signs that I saw in South Africa- one at the Addo Elephant National Park: "Dung Beetles have right of way. Do not drive over dung beetles of elephant dung" and another sign in a parking lot down by the Cape of Good Hope: "Check under your cars for penguins"

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  20. jaja at |

    stupid signs…. but some are funny though

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  21. Snop at |

    Signs are cool. It is fun to look at at. However, comments are really weird:)

    There's nothing wrong with no explosives sign (but sure, still fun to see it). It is not allowed there. On other roads it is (you may need a permission in most places though). How do you think fireworks are transported? Or explosives used to demolish buildings? Teleportation?;)

    If there are trees where limbs are falling more often than in other places, I'd be happy to know about it!

    Tanks… again the same (although you don't see them in the streets, military still has loads of them! the same is in all countries)

    Same with elderly…

    Moose crossing… This one is seriously important and has a funny picture too! It's cool because you pay more attention to it then.

    Hitch hikers… What's up with picking them up? Definitely not for change too. It's the best and cheapest way to travel!

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  22. ef0311 at |

    The tank xing sign really isn’t that strange. If you live on a military base, they’re very common.

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  23. Rebecca at |

    Best sign i have ever seen was in Australia — It was outside a school with a picture of a car hitting a kid The words simply said… “Warning – Kids don’t bounce”.

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  24. malaki at |

    yeah, theres moose signs everywhere in canada, people are killed by moose all the time. people dont realize how big they are, there monstrorus.

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  25. archworf at |

    How about “SLOW CHILDREN PLAYING”? Is it the parents or the road authority who classify the little morons?

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