Signspotting: more absurd and amusing signs from around the world

Signspotting: more absurd and amusing signs from around the world

Lansky, Doug

2007

Book ID 962

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Lansky, Doug Signspotting: more absurd and amusing signs from around the world, 2007
Extract Author: Josh Kaplan
Page Number: 104


Signspotter #392 Josh Kaplan (hometown: San Francisco, California, USA)

I was traveling around the world with Jenny, my girlfriend. We were on the road from Arusha to the Ngorongoro Crater, about to camp out with the wildebeests in the crater highlands.

We made our driver reverse the car to see if the sign actually said what we thought it said, and then I snapped the photo.

The road was under construction. And the sign was before an uphill bend. I believe they meant 'You can't see who might be coming down around this bend." Certainly a creative way to phrase it.

The funniest part was when I got out to take the photo, I was asked by the local Tanzanian workers was Japanese (I look about as white American as you get). It turned out the contract for the road was being funded by a Japanese organization, and he assumed I was working for them why else would I photograph a construction sign?

Extract ID: 5483

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Lansky, Doug Signspotting: more absurd and amusing signs from around the world, 2007
Page Number: 105

Be aware of invisiblity

Extract ID: 5482
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