It looks like Mr. Greenberg is much more than a sales representative. He’s Count Dracula! No wonder he’s number one.
And to the design geniuses that decided to put a black tilted square behind a man’s face to make it look like a vampire collar…thank you for this! We really needed this.
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?
Lost in Translation
Someone took the easy way out when they were asked to translate this sign. Instead of using a book or even google - they went to a translator service. They typed in whatever this sign was supposed to say - and what they received in return is what made it onto the sign.
The website they were using couldn't connect, and someone either wasn't paying attention or didn't know English that well because this is awkward!
Three is a Good Number
Whoever designed this sign should pay more attention to phrasing. We get it; the speed limit is 20 mph because there are children on the road.
Still, it could also be perfectly misconstrued as absolutely insane advice from parents that went a bit overboard when they decided to try and have siblings for little Jimmy to play with. Do not exceed 20? We'd strongly recommend not having more than three! Unless you're rich and have 150 nannies.
Watch Your Wheelchair’s Step!
In what strange alternate universe is a wheelchair user able to wheel up a flight of stairs? The world may never know. Sadly, the above sign is not the result of a new form of wheelchair stair-stepping technology. No, this sign is simply the result of poor design.
While the creator of this confusing sign attempted to utilize it to convey a potentially hazardous situation ahead, this sign’s designer ultimately fails to convey the sign’s intended warning message!