15 Hysterical Misspelled Street Signs and Roadway Markings
Updated March 20, 2016
You would expect that before a traffic sign is placed alongside a road the sign maker would double-check his or her spelling. In these cases, apparently not.
The author must have been from Brooklyn.
Or when you’re painting signs, apparently.
I’m going to guess that this was an “intentional mistake” so the incorrect word order would capture drivers’ attention. Or not.
This is where spelling phonetically gets you in trouble.
Hey, we really liked your work on that Scohol Crossing.
Clearly the work of Atheists.
I believe this sign is in Georgia and is intended to confuse tourists so they remain in the Peach State for the length of their vacation.
Indepednence from the tyranny of spelling!
Slow down … or I’ll tag you with my lazer gun.
Isn’t Aquaririum the recently-discovered 119th element on the Periodic Table?
This one cracks me up every time.
The fact that there’s a dead rubber chicken hanging from the post should be evidence enough that it’s dangerous.
Quick honey, check the tickets. Which airport are we flying out of?
And I was just Jonse’n to go to the beach.
I have no explanation for this one.
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