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July 26, 2016


Kathy Lynn Emerson

Love these. My favorite signs from our last trip to England were along the lines of "Do not lean on this wall. It is very old." As in medieval, in Shrewsbury. And (again paraphrasing) "Badgers in the road ahead. We apologise for the inconvenience." That was in Wales.


Charlaine Harris

Those are just great! I had never thought of defining the difference by signage. Which is an awful term, by the way . . . and probably American.


This was the one I had to stop on the road to get. It's just so polite. "Queues Likely"

Janet Rudolph

I love signs, as you know, and this puts things in perspective..different cultures..different reasons.

Elaine Viets

I'm always reading Brits who complain about the "nanny state." Is California the real nanny state? Hilarious blog.

Susan S

Love it. Signs are one of my favorite parts of visiting other places. You can tell a lot about people from the kind of signs they post (and the ones they don't!). These are awesome.

helen Leider

signs in USA are not about "we want you to be careful." they are about "we told you so can't sue us."

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