Walking around your neighborhood, you’ll be greeted by all sorts of front yards. In recent years, people have been using lawn signs to stand out.
Being a realtor can be hard. Selling a house is not as easy as it used to be, so you gotta make sure you emphasize the house’s best qualities – like the fact that it is definitely not haunted! Or is it?
No Soliciting...Unless It's Thin Mints
We're not going to lie; we completely understand the need for an elaborate sign like this. This sign has got it covered - unless you're selling Thin Mints, you're welcome to leave.
We wonder how many solicitors visited this house before these homeowners before decided enough was enough and purchased this custom-made sign.
A Piece of History
Landmark signs are a big tourist attraction - for some reason, people love reading that something happened precisely where they are standing 500 years ago.
Perhaps it's their way of feeling like a part of history? Imagine driving hundreds of miles just to see this sign! Totally worth it, in our opinion!
Now That’s A Neat Trick
This strangely hung sign could be a marketing ploy to make us sit up and take notice of the different parts of this outfit, but we think it is more likely a magic trick gone wrong. The amateur magician who hung up this sign is clearly obsessed with the sawing-a-woman-in-half trick. Unfortunately, they didn’t know how to put her back together again.
On the other hand, it is more noticeable than a regular ad and may make more people consider buying separate items of clothing or the whole ensemble.
We Got it The First Time, Anna
Who in the hell put together Anna’s sign? It sure seems like they went a little overboard with the whole “food mart” thing, doesn’t it?
Okay, we get it; you’re a food mart. Geez. Wouldn’t the large print be sufficient enough to tell us that, though? The smaller words in the middle and at the bottom of the sign aren’t helpful. If anything, they’re just confusing. Did Anna really think this advertising sign was a good idea?