33 Photos of Signs Gone Horribly Wrong

33 Photos of Signs Gone Horribly Wrong

1.

The Bill will be sent to your gravestone.

 

2.

Ercrsms Mryhita! 🎅🏼

 

3.

Rin Tin Tin just blew his cover.

 

4.

What are the chances this wasn’t done on purpose?

 

5.

Disagreement fits where cars don’t.

 

6.

“So the writer who breeds more words than he needs, is making a chore for the reader who reads.” – Dr. Seuss

 

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Maybe it’s an acronym.

 

9.

The
y
Ha
d
On
e
Job

 

10.

It’s not a contradiction; it’s a paradox.

 

11.

We beg to differ.

 

12.

Sign design at Walmart could stand to be improved.

 

13.

The effort is commendable, the execution isn’t.

 

14.

Clever or ironic?

 

15.

Ummmm Actually ... 

 

16.

“Good intentions are not the whole story. You must also pay attention.” – George Hammond

 

17.

One might say this club cuts to the point.

 

18.

Count Remaxula! When the balloon logo on your bus graphic transforms you into a vampire …

19.

It’s hard to imagine a sign failing harder than this one.

 

20.

This restaurant in West Bend, WI was founded in 1989. Its sign went wrong 33 years later.

 

21.

A solution in search of a problem.

 

22.

Signmakers, we implore you: Think of the children!

 

23.

Not exactly a sign that inspires confidence.

 

24.

The client bought one too many vowels.

 

25.

Hard to say what’s worse — the sign itself, or the fact it was still posted.

 

26.

Starbucks drive-thru 9 ¾ — you reach it only by driving full speed between the two signs.

 

27.

Glad they cleared that up for everyone.

 

28.

Incorrect.

 

29.

Either this is an unfortunate design, or the spa is deadly serious about its buy-one, get half-off promotion.

 

30.

It’s the thought that counts.

 

31.

Not the most kid-friendly combination of signs.

 

32.

Seems like there’s some room for disagreement here.

 

33.

Let’s hope the surgeon handles a scalpel better than he does quotation marks.

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