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Signs

   

A poster in a London subway advertising a typing-error corrector was headlined: NOBODY'S PERFCT. Right underneath, someone had written: SPEAK FOR YOURSLEF.


A notice in a Fonthill, Ont., self service laundry reads:
FOR WORKING CLOTHES ONLY. Below it someone had written: MINE ARE UNEMPLOYED.


Sign at dining-room entrance of a hotel: "NO SHORTS OR BATHING SUITS ALLOWED. PLEASE REMOVE BEFORE ENTERING."



   Scrawled by a mechanic on a wall in a bus garage: "We have ways of making you walk."
   

Attached to a pole by the side of a two-lane regional road near my home in Mississauga, Ont., a sign announced: "This road may be widened to 4 lanes."  After months of unchanged conditions, the addition of a second sign brightened the day of passing motorists: ". . . on the other hand it may not!"
   


I couldn't help but laugh when I saw these words scrawled on the condom machine in a service station Men's Room, "This gum tastes like rubber!"
   

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