This sign guards against the possibility of future buttons of unusual size.
It's a good thing the new law takes effect soon. Reading text while driving is very distracting.
We don't actually clean your bathrooms. We just find out who got them dirty, and we make the problem go away. You get what I'm saying?
The bikes may be unlimited, but the space for the sign sure isn't.
Note the disclaimer "2 OR MORE PLAYERS." Because the only thing sadder than spending $7.99 for some cups and a ping-pong ball is playing with them alone.
It's going to be hard to bat the basket without moving it.
I took this photo on the Tuesday before Easter. This sign is apparently intended for customers who were planning their Easter meal at Taco Bell four days in advance, but didn't think to call for reservations to find out that they'd be closed.
Progress ain't what it used to be.
Actually, they can't spell it with U.
Doesn't seem very churchlike...
Sometimes I have to keep ordering more fries until my download finishes.
Turns out you can actually be too clean.
You should see the bowl.
The contest is much easier to enjoy without the stress of prizes.
Prepaying after pumping can create a tear in the fabric of space and time, which may ignite fuel vapors.
This vase is normally free, but if you act now it can be yours for just $122!
The toy store just got real.
Note the disclaimer, "This product is a toy! It is not edible!" Perhaps, then, it was unnecessary to grill it.
I'm surprised this didn't get more press. But then again, it's not like they solved cancer.
Fortunately, condescension is fully stocked.
This sign is in my synagogue parking lot.
I guess Chirstimas trees have fewer leaves than Christmas trees.
This was my friend's rental application. Maybe they should have led with question h.
Kind of a mixed message here...
The alternative seems unpleasant, as well.
Being disabled is more fun when it's a game!
It's a wonder anyone makes it inside. (Just to clarify, there are no other doors.)
Apparently, this is the best-working meter in town.
Seems like colorism...
"Have It Your Way" is someone else's slogan.
Isn't this a possibility for every floor?
What goes up must come down, I guess.
If you need this sign, you probably shouldn't be permitted to have a credit card in the first place.
They keep using that word... I do not think it means what they think it means.
This sign was on the door between the jet bridge and the terminal, as I got off a plane at LAX. I'm not sure what my options were at that point.
As a sign that you are not alarmed, press the button marked "ALARM"
If they're not sure, how can I be?
This message kind of got hosed.
If you find these directions hard to follow, you're clearly not following them.
Is this a trick?