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On the menu of a New Orleans restaurant:. “Blackened bluefish”. In a Maine restaurant:. “Open seven days a week and weekends”. On an established New Mexico dry cleaning store:. “Thirty-eight years on the same spot.”. On a New York convalescent home:. “For the sick and tired of the

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On the menu of a New Orleans restaurant:

  • “Blackened bluefish”

Signs that don’t quite give the intended message.


In a Maine restaurant:

  • “Open seven days a week and weekends”

Signs that don’t quite give the intended message.


On an established New Mexico dry cleaning store:

  • “Thirty-eight years on the same spot.”

Signs that don’t quite give the intended message.


On a New York convalescent home:

  • “For the sick and tired of the

  • Episcopal Church”

Signs that don’t quite give the intended message.


Outside a country shop in West Virginia:

  • “We buy junk and sell antiques.”

Signs that don’t quite give the intended message.


In a Tacoma, Washington men’s clothing store:

  • “15 men’s wool suits - $100

  • They won’t last an hour!”

Signs that don’t quite give the intended message.


A sign seen on a restroom dryer at O’Hare Field in Chicago:

  • “Do not activate with wet hands.”

Signs that don’t quite give the intended message.


In a New York restaurant:

  • “Customers who find our waitresses rude

  • ought to see the manager.”

Signs that don’t quite give the intended message.


In the offices of a New Jersey loan company:

  • “Ask about our plans for owning your home.”

Signs that don’t quite give the intended message.


In the window of an Oregon general store:

  • “Why go elsewhere to be cheated, when you can come here?”

Signs that don’t quite give the intended message.


In downtown Boston:

  • “Callahan Tunnel - NO END”

Signs that don’t quite give the intended message.


On a Tennessee highway:

  • “Take notice: when this sign is under water, this road is impassable.”

Signs that don’t quite give the intended message.


On the grounds of a private school in Connecticut:

  • “No trespassing without permission”

Signs that don’t quite give the intended message.


In a New York medical building:

  • “Mental Health Prevention Center”

Signs that don’t quite give the intended message.


In a Florida maternity ward:

  • “No children allowed”

Signs that don’t quite give the intended message.


In front of a New Hampshire car wash:

  • “If you can’t read this, it’s time to wash your car.”

Signs that don’t quite give the intended message.


In a Los Angeles clothing store:

  • “Wonderful bargains for men with 16 and 17 necks.”

Signs that don’t quite give the intended message.


On a California freeway:

  • “Fine for littering”

Signs that don’t quite give the intended message.


In the window of an Atlanta clothing store:

  • “Sid’s Pants is Open”

Signs that don’t quite give the intended message.


On the wall of a British Columbia cleaning service:

  • “Able to Do the Worst Possible Job”

Signs that don’t quite give the intended message.


In a New York jewelry store:

  • “Genuine Faux Pearls”

Signs that don’t quite give the intended message.


In a Kansas City oculist’s office:

  • “Broken lenses duplicated here”

Signs that don’t quite give the intended message.


In a Boston fast-food parking lot:

  • “Parking for Drive-Through Customers Only”

Signs that don’t quite give the intended message.


Billboard on Florida highway:

  • “If you can’t read,

  • we can help”

Signs that don’t quite give the intended message.


On the Triborough Bridge in New York:

  • “In Event of Air Attack Drive Off Bridge”

Signs that don’t quite give the intended message.


On a Lockhart, Texas gas station and minimart:

  • “We’re out of Rolaids,

  • but we’ve got gas.”

Signs that don’t quite give the intended message.


At the basketball court in a Gastonon, North Carolina YMCA:

  • “Anyone caught hanging from the rim will be suspended.”

Signs that don’t quite give the intended message.


On a Rapid City store:

  • “Give That Bride a Good Case of Worms or Other Fine Bait”

Signs that don’t quite give the intended message.


On the door of an Ellsworth, Maine, restaurant:

  • “The Indian Trading Post will be closed for Yom Kippur”

Signs that don’t quite give the intended message.


In a Grand Rapids restaurant:

  • “Half baked chicken”

Signs that don’t quite give the intended message.


In a Dayton barbershop:

  • “During vacation of owner, a competent hair stylist will be here.”

Signs that don’t quite give the intended message.


On a Jacksonville, Florida bookstore:

  • “Rare, out-of-print, and nonexistent books”

Signs that don’t quite give the intended message.


On a library in Marlboro, New Hampshire, honoring Robert Frost:

  • “Frost Free Library”

Signs that don’t quite give the intended message.


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