Photos - Surprises - Signs (continued)
My two favourite signs are at the bottom of Edinburgh Road, Castlecrag.
They don't stop me from doing anything and they don't provide useless information.
But we found a couple of things that they’ll
let you do in Chifley.
Interview in Tutt Crescent, Chiswick:
'I need your restaurant name. Or the address first, if you want.'
'Sure. Start with the name.'
'I said it's OK to start with that. Could you tell me the first word of your restaurant name?'
'Why can't you?'
'Why can't I what?'
'Go to the back of the queue.'
It's hard enough to spell the suburb Chiswick, let alone worry about street spelling.
The original sign for this Chullora property in Anzac Street
probably read: “The contents of any bag or vehicle may
be examined before leaving”. We were impressed by the
addition of the first four lines: "It is a condition
of entry to this property that the person entering may be
requested to permit..".
Tip the sign instead.
It doesn't look like a main road though Clemton Park, does it?
In Harbord Street, Clyde: Oh, so that’s
what they are.
Even I can remember these business hours in Pittwater Road, Collaroy –
14 times, one type.