11 October, 2011

Way back when

In my continuing attempt to catch up, here are some funny signs that were sent to me. How about I just don't tell you how long ago they were sent to me :)

Micha, who has found many funny items for us over the years, has now recruited his grandfather as a new foreign correspondent for A Time of the Signs. Here's a doozy he found for us, all the way in Berlin!
Micha aptly asked: you mean if we are thin enough to qualify for one?
Thanks for thinking of me, guys!

And lucky me, I have another new foreign correspondent - my dear brother in law Andy found this on his printer paper, all the way in Rochester, New York. The small print is important on this one, so feel free to click on the photo if you need to enlarge it!
Wow, and I thought I was indecisive! Thanks, Andy!

There's an Israeli FAIL bloopers site that I really enjoy called Keshel. Most of the things they post are funny for Hebrew speakers only, but they found this, and I totally can't resist sharing it with you all! Spotted at the Candyland shop, right here in Israel:
Ah, that's the stuff :)

And lastly (for now) my dedicated husband (the Balashon) found this for me while walking through the streets of Jerusalem. 
I remember back in grammar school, we were often given English quizzes with poorly built sentences. They were full of capitalization and punctuation errors, and we were supposed to correct them. Truthfully, I haven't thought of those things for years, and yet somehow, looking at this sign, I'm instantly swept 25 years back in time... is it just me?

That's all for now, folks - have a great Sukkot! And for those of you not celebrating Sukkot, have a great week anyway!


Dina said...

You really have a mixed (or involved) bag here. Fun!

Happy Sukkot to you too.

Bubby said...

Ha! These are great!