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Sign, sign, everywhere a sign

Confusing signage is everywhere, but one notices it more when they are in a new place, and when they’re relying on those signs for guidance.

As in, is it OK to walk my dog here?

We found this one – at a park in Saugerties, New York – particularly baffling.

It could, and probably does, mean swimming, dogs and littering are all prohitited. Then again, it could mean there is no swimming, and dogs are allowed.

Then again it could mean swimming dogs are not allowed. Or, one final interpretation, it could mean swimming dogs are allowed, but they shouldn’t litter while they are doing so.

We went with the first interpretation, and moved on.

Comments

Comment from Jack Russell
Time October 20, 2010 at 9:43 pm

Being an English major, I can never help but poke fun at signs like this. Government signs are not so bad – you can’t expect much from them, bless their little hearts. But it’s the business ones that tend to crack me up.

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