Every time we take long drives here in Quebec (as we did two weekends ago), I always make the same observation: road signs are funny. OK, some are funnier than others, but I always think about the small team of designers working somewhere in a probably windowless, drab office at the Ministry of Transports, and can't help but wonder whether they're trying to find ways to bring a certain amount of subversion into their work...
A place where as soon as people sit together in a weird angle, it becomes crazy sunny
A place where you go so the whole family can catch matching flat bums
A place where cow manure is really taken seriously
A place where you can shout icicles off the roof
Did they just come up with the two most random things ever to combine on a same sign or what?
Let's go to that barn where we can throw our hands in the air like we just don't care...
Perhaps that's just me, but did you think this through?
A place where the nearly blind can go and use binoculars to watch a 2,000 pound friggin' moose chilling three feet away
I can almost hear the stick figure whistling, with a little spring on his step while he casually carries a damn heavy, uncannily symmetrical fir out of the forest (without an axe in sight)...
Was I the only one who couldn't help but see disgusting Nazi undertones into this?
You wouldn't believe how cuddly and mellow the large wild animals are in this reserve...
I really hope that's not a sign announcing a china shop.
At this point you're probably all dying to come visit, are you?