Signs can be some of the funniest examples of communication—I’m sure you’ve noticed. They can have hidden, unintended meaning, or they can be deliberately humorous on several levels.
Some of you may remember the sign blog I did with Ella Sheridan after our trip to Ireland last year. It was so fun to do, we’ve decided to indulge our funny bones once more with Volume 2 from Savannah, GA, earlier this month. I hope you enjoy our southern version of Here’s Your Sign.
To see the other half of the blog, go to www.ellasheridanauthor.com for more funnies!
A true southern place! After all, we know all about living through true grit! I wonder if John Wayne ever ate here…
Feeling a little peckish? When I think of cookies (especially those as yummy as the ones in this place), I don’t think of eating like a bird. Far from it. I polished off a package in a few hours.
In the south, Velvet Elvis’s are practically treasure.
From a hat shop on the River Walk in Savannah. Apropos, don’t you think?
Love this! An open tap is the best kind of bar.
Is this really encouragement to eat here? An advertisement for high fat food and the new belly fat you’ll add? I thought seafood was supposed to be healthy?
I think this is self-explanatory (and a warning all who know me should heed). Crazy author alert!
As for this restaurant, its a chain that we found all over Savannah and Tybee Island. I don’t know about you, but I have a hard time ordering food from something that reminds me of spit…
What’s your funniest sign of the bunch? Can you caption them?
Don’t forget to check out part 2 at www.ellasheridanauthor.com .