A bonnie time

The Gent and Mrs. MG recently returned from a short trip to lovely Scotland. The politeness and tact of Brits and Scots is remarkable and charming . . . and ends abruptly when they post signs.  For your pleasure, a few not-so-subtle messages from the UK.

Elderly People

This was posted just outside a Scotch whiskey distillery.  The only thing that could be better is if they had little “drunk bubbles” around the old folks.

water safety

Alright, alright, I’ll wear the damn lifejacket.  Geez.

danger of death

Just in case “Danger of Death” wasn’t strong enough, here’s a dead guy being fried by a bolt of lightning.  Do you get it now, wanker?

More, prettier holiday snaps to follow in the next couple of days.

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3 responses to “A bonnie time

  1. I love signs in Europe. . . .

  2. I’ve actually seen that “Danger of Death” sign here in NC – ‘course this area was first settled (Euro-wise, the Cherokee were here for a long time before them) by Scots, so….

  3. Ha, ha, since I see them every day, I don’t take much notice! BTW what do you mean when you say “Brits” and “Scots”?

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