Tuesday, December 16, 2014

20 Signs You Will Probably Never See in Australia

Yesterday was a very hard day for Australia. If you have been living in a hole and don't know what happened here's a link to the story

I'm not prepared to write anything about the topic above right now so I thought I'd bring you something a bit lighter that we could smile about.
(I must have signs on the brain since I wrote about misleading signs last week).

I give you "dah-da-da-dum"(drum roll) ...
 20 Signs You Will Probably Never See in Straya, C*nts



Get petrol - Image Credit


Feed the whole Kerrigan family -  Image Credit

Coward punching a bear?  - Image Credit

I've only ever heard Aussies say 'lift' - Image credit

Sale on fake jubblies, better hurry -   Image credit

Bloody Morans  - Image credit

 As long as it's been cleaned first I'll take it - Image credit

Instead of lollies  - Image credit
Spelling never gave anyone their freedom - Image credit

More likely to be giant roaches and huntsman spiders  Image credit



Should really be Biscuit town -  Image Credit

"Council decided to stop the footpath to save money" Image credit


Must be Sir Walter grass  - Image credit

Logic prevails, we hope - Image credit

Technology these days means you can be old weak AND pregnant -  Image Credit

26 comments:

  1. These are great! Thanks for the early morning giggle!

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  2. Bah ha ha - so funny! Thanks for starting my day with some smiles

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  3. Some good laughs there. I'd really like to live in Cookietown. Sounds like a great place. I wonder if they sell a gallon of tea there too? .

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  4. These never get old, love it! Thanks for the giggle PKM :)

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  5. Classic! Thanks for brightening my day

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  6. Hilarious. Just what I needed to read. I love the toilet sign lol.

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  7. Thanks Jess, good to wake up to a giggle xx

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  8. That George Bush sign is priceless :)

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  9. I got a giggle out of a lot of them. The clean crap sounds... Interesting!!

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  10. Thank you :) my favourites are Welcome to Conneticut, and tiny grass is dreaming, awww, tiny grass :)
    Dani @ sand has no home

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  11. Ingrid - fabulous and fun lifeDecember 16, 2014 at 8:07 PM

    Cookietown doesn't sound too bad!!

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  12. haha! These are great signs! I bet there are some doozies in Australia you'd never see elsewhere in the world....like "Drop Bears Next 10km" or something. ;-) -Aroha (for #teamIBOT)

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  13. Ahhh I did need this Jess, thank girl! LOVE IT!

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  14. Aha these are great. But a gallon of tea?? Who needs that much tea?

    Tegan xx - Permanent Procrastination

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  15. Haha these are all hilarious - bloody morons! Actually whilst we were in Japan recently we save some epic signs. Mainly because the translation from Japan to English had gone horrible wrong, but man it was funny. xx

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  16. I saw some really good ones on my trips to Japan as well. Some mishaps about written about love and put on t-shirts @Hope

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  17. It's sweet tea too @Tegan Seymour SUGAR!!!!!!

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  18. I just went back and looked at them again. I'm so glad you could have a laugh on me this time. hehe @Emily @ Have A Laugh On Me bet you haven't heard that before.

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  19. @Aroha @ Colours of Sunset Yeah, I think I will do one that "signs you would only see in Australia." Wait for it ...

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  20. Especially if it's Chocolate Cookietown! Find that town and I'm packing @Ingrid - fabulous and fun life

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  21. This are hilarious! I love the translation fails.

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  22. Oh yes, I love these! Thanks for brightening my day!

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  23. hahahahaha!! My fave is "sidewalk ends"!

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  24. I love these! Thanks for the laugh!

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  25. I saw one on my honeymoon that said "Bible & Tire," apparently a combo of religion and fixing tires hahaha, thanks for the laugh

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