Monday, 10 April 2017

Well, that just about covers it!

I think these signs are rather amusing - and I suspect that a lawyer would have a field day on them:  "My client was not scratching or scribing - he was in fact doodling, which was not forbidden in any of the signs, your Honour!"




Sightseeing must be dangerous in India!


These picture were taken with a smile at Agra Fort.

14 comments:

Rhodesia said...

I don't understand why people have to write their names on anything historic !!!!!! Cheers Diane

Gordon said...

well Stewart if that dosn't put a smile on a faces nothing will. Brilliant.
All the best Gordon.

Author R. Mac Wheeler said...

:O)

Beth said...

Brought a smile to my face - and what with the Coptic Christian attacks today, I needed it.

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

I do like that they say please. We used to sort of 'collect' (mentally) what we called "no signs" .... so crabby that they always make me want to do whatever they are screaming about...(I never do, being a good child, but I just want to.)

Lady Fi said...

Wonderful signs!

Nora said...

Sounds like they are expecting a lot of scraping and signing. Notices in other languages are always amusing.

Bob Bushell said...

Great signs, I love second one, fantastic.

Lea said...
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Lea said...

Interesting signs!
Have a great week!

Missy George said...

There must be a lot of graffiti happening over there ...Funny

Liz said...

Wow! These are fabulous!

Sue (this n that) said...

ha ha, can't say they haven't been told! Great signs :D)

Pat Tillett said...

Great signs, but too bad they are needed. No masala? That is an outrage!
I guess the budget for making signs is well funded...