A good sign, as they say, is often invisible. They just serve their purpose and simply blend in the background. A bad one, on the other hand, is totally noticeable. It will grab people’s attention for the wrong reasons and, quite possibly, go viral on social media.
Case in point, the following signs below are totally terrible they’re actually hilarious. Clearly, proper grammar, appropriate word placement, and even the right choice of fronts are all important to create a good sign – yet those who designed these ones probably ignored these basic rules.
Go scroll down below and prepare to have a good laugh.
#1. This well-meaning sign actually went horribly wrong.
#2. This one should read “clock” but alas, it ended up becoming laughable.
#3. Would’ve been a nice message but the design was an epic fail.
#4. Don’t be happy.
#5. Sure, this one isn’t a sign but it’s hilarious nonetheless.
#6. Now road signs are concerned about our population.
#7. This birthday cake topper reads “two” but hides a subliminal message when seen from another angle.
#8. Students will be left wondering what this sign is all about.
#9. No it’s not an acronym. Stop wasting your time!
#10. Think before you what?
#11. Why would anyone want to eat food with hair?
#12. This will lead to more confusion.
#13. Apparently, there is such a thing as “tunashaming” now.
#14. Treason for the Season. Got it!
#15. “Join our team. We’re great hiring people.”
#16. Say what, now?
#17. The quotation marks makes this one really funny.
#18. This one, too. Sounds suspicious even!
#19. So dogs are allowed, right?
#20. This makes my head hurt.
#21. Ironically, this one is about design.
#22. If you hard, then you hard. Work play!
#23. This bad sign feels like a puzzle or something.
#24. If people start parking there, they can’t be blamed.
#25. Lastly, we’re leaving you with this iconic one from the Walking Dead:
Got any favorites from these unintentionally confusing signs? Let us know in the comment section below!
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Good luck catching that patient, nurse!
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