The other week as I was scrolling through a photo sharing site searching for a thank you sign for my thank you post, I came across the most bizarre, amusing and perplexing photographs expressing gratitude. Although none of them were right for my post, I just couldn’t let them go without notice. Someway somehow I had to find a way to work them into a post.
So now here it is. A post dedicated to weird signs.
I’m thinking about sticking this sign on every single one of my posts. Just a gentle reminder.
The next photo I found is an actual thank you note, but I couldn’t determine whether it was a joke or a sincere letter.
I realized upon reading the last line Peter and Victoria were really touched by the wedding gift of the knife, and I was convinced they will have many, many happy hours, as they said, “cutting things.”
On a completely separate note, I found this message, scrawled apparently in haste and perhaps a fit of passion, and attached to the windshield of a car in the mall parking lot.
This violent thug is so polite and courteous. I almost would like to call him up and suggest going out for coffee instead. Or, if we have a lot in common, dinner. The only thing that causes any hesitation at all is the fight to the death thing. Still, he said please. I mean the guy obviously has good manners.
I also like the exclamation point after the “thank you.” It says, “Just a friendly little fight to the death. Call me.” The only suggestion I would make, if I could be so bold, is to slightly after the first sentence. I think it would read better if it said, “I seen yous two.”
Next up is a sign I think we can all relate to. I cannot tell you how many times a day I say this.
Let this sign be a reminder to us all.
The photo below is neither a sign nor a thank you note. In fact, it has absolutely nothing to do with anything. I did find it in my search for thank you notes, however, so that makes it a legitimate photo to include in this post.
I don’t know if this is some sort of symbol of gratitude in some distant, ancient culture or why the two apparent adults are holding sling shots while the baby’s sling shot is in place of an ear, but it was going into the funny-random-crap-I-found-when-I-searched-for-thank-you post either way. I really have no idea what this is, but…
it was too cute not to find its way into a post.
This picture does have thank you in it, but that’s not why I included it. When I first saw the picture, it took me a minute.
Then I realized I had to have one.
Where does one purchase a beta fish dispensing gum ball machine? On Etsy?
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