Signs full of ‘WTF’ (37 Photos)

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  • Chinky

    #26 – Go Aggies!

    • fourbeermilky

      Are they open yet? We need a Zaxby's along there and we've got Chicken Finger row.

    • Landen


  • Just A. Jason

    #9 gave me chuckles. There is always money in the banana stand.

  • Xander

    #15 is from my city.

    • mike

      haha me too

  • Steve

    #28 farmington connecticut. Awesome tubbing site down farmington river

  • DB Conor

    #1 The early days of Aperture Science were more ethical, but far less successful.

  • DB Conor

    #23 I never like it when they rename roads. I will always call that Hellen Keller Way.

  • cleojones

    #10.. WTF

  • TitoRigatoni

    Would be nice if #19 was high enough resolution to be able to read the damned sign.

  • Michal Polando Brzezniak

    #29 NO SHIT. great marketing

  • casey

    #18 HAHA thats where i work!!! finally a picture submitted by me made it!! lol KCCO

  • AzLiving

    #32….i should open one of these…..

  • toomuch

    Number 19 is in upland, who took it!

  • thebradhatter

    #12 Finally the manzierre (or the "bro") has arrived in stores.

  • Tomas

    #14 I KNOW you went to that website. B)

  • the devil

    #21…ssshhh…we can't let the Americans know about our huge protest….It'll ruin their image of us!

  • Sam

    When its an actual name of a company or sign that has a non-changable message…pure gold.

    Everything else.."You're right, no human being would (quickly change the message for a picture) like this."-B.Murray.

  • HolmanAlexander

    my buddy's ex-wife earned $21306 past week. she is working on the laptop and got a $476000 condo. All she did was get lucky and work up the instructions shown on this site (Click on menu Home more information)

  • tintin

    that "picnic area" in # 31 looks like death

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