Tuesday, 10 June 2008

"Better Look Out" - Andrew Kreider, 2005

There are a lot of British road signs which make me chuckle. This is one of my favorites...

Recently, hiding in our back garden at home, we found the "heavy plant". John is about 6'1". So you can see that the plant is quite tall, too.

(Click on the image for a full-sized version.)



At 10 June, 2008 20:43 , Blogger Expatmum said...

When my brother first trained as an engineer he was working on plant machinery. I always thought he meant tractors! Good job I never said that out loud!

At 10 June, 2008 21:10 , Blogger G L Wilson said...

Yeah, that sign is a classic. I always used to quite like "PLEASE DRIVE CAREFULLY CHILDREN" which probably needed some punctuation.

At 13 June, 2008 20:52 , Blogger Stevyn Colgan said...

Yes, I've always had strange mental flashes of triffid-like sycamore trees glowering at me (can a tree glower?) as I round a corner too fast.

I always liked 'Caution Slow Children'.

'Behave yourself Igor!'
'Duuuuhhh ...'

At 14 June, 2008 10:08 , Anonymous KathyF said...

My favorite sign is still "Free recovery. Await rescue."

I keep looking for a knight on a white horse when I see that...

At 19 June, 2008 22:46 , Blogger Milky Bar Kid said...

I never thought of it as a heavy plant crossing the road. LOL! But I now understand what you mean.


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