I saw this sign at Tesco. I guess it won’t cause you too many problems if you have two cars, but if you only have one, what do you do? Fill up half your tank in one lane and then go round to the other to fill up the other half? But the pictrogram seems to indicate it has to happen in parallel, so perhaps that wouldn’t be OK?
I’ve found another bizarre sign on Flickr. What is this one supposed to mean? That it’s prohibited to hang one’s luggage on a hook? That the arm of luggage-carrying beams shouldn’t be too long? That one should carry one’s own luggage rather than using tools for it?
I just love signs like this. What is it that is forbidden? Sitting down? Using the toilet? Leaning forward? Holding the toilet roll?
I suspect it’s reading, but what’s the point in that?
Jeg kan for min død ikke se, hvad dette skilt skal betyde. At man vil blive ramt i maven af en bageplade?
I don’t know where this sign is from, but I’m never going to eat an apple there if the trees are likely to hunt me down afterwards like that!
Perhaps it’s not a tree but an ent?
Jeg fandt lige dette skilt på Flickr. Hvad i alverden skal det dog betyde? At man får sirup i hovedet, hvis man forlader sin bil???
I found this on Flickr’s interestingness pages. Please follow the link and read the comments – there are many great suggestions as to what it might mean (blondes only?).