From The Daily Post: This week, publish an image of a sign — from the signs you encounter on the street to more personal, less obvious signs that hold meaning for you.
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Sign 2 should simply say, offenders may get eaten. And if that’s not enough to stop you then … 🙂
It’s definitely a risk, I think. I see lots of babies in the water but have yet to see a really big one. But I think they’re probably out there somewhere! Most mommas don’t let their babies get too far away! Since it is a local park, perhaps they monitor and remove the big ones. I don’t know! 😀
Impressive signs for the challenge dear Linda !!! The second one was a brilliant choice !
Have a brilliant day my friend 🙂 xxx ❤
Thanks, Doda! Walked down to the lake yesterday evening and saw the sign for the first time. Makes me wonder if they had an incident or some issues. I wouldn’t feed them anyway but I guess some people don’t think about it. Have a wonderful week! 😀 ❤
I love twirling signs.
Thanks, Laurie. I wish it had come out a bit better. Sometimes it’s so hard to tell with an iPhone! 🙂
The first one is going confuse people like me 😀 The second one is pretty serious. Great choice, Linda!
Heehee! Didn’t mean to confuse! 😀
🙂 I like it!
Love your signs. The do not feed alligators one was especially appropriate this past weekend when UT played the Florida Gators. I think we were eaten by those gators, actually!!!
Thanks, Rusha. Although I don’t keep up with the games, I definitely have friends on each of those sides! 😀
I don’t think you would catch me feeding the alligators. Great signs.
Thanks, Cee! No ‘gators for me, either! 😀
These are great.
Thank you! 😀
great choice of signs – the first one had that rich local feel for that area – loved it – and like your other readers – was laughing at the second one….
Thanks, Y! So glad you liked these! 😀
Well spotted! I am with Yvette on the first sign – always think these type of signs are showing awareness of other parts of the world 🙂
Thanks, Indah! I thought it was a bit fun and unusual! 😀
Feeding the alligators down here could inflict much higher penalties than that, eh Linda?!!
HA! T’ain’t that the truth, GP! 😆
I love looking at signs and musing about what different meaning it can have ;0) Me also thinks, when feeding alligators, one is lucky to be able to spend time in jail;0)
Yep, if it’s a toss up between jail and wrestling with a gator, I do believe I’ll take the former! 😆
Nice job sis
Why, thank ya! 😀
I wouldn’t be at all tempted to go out and feed our alligator. 😯
Wise woman speak truth! 😆
Great captures of these interesting signs Yvette. I think I’ll stick to feeding the monkeys. 😆
Can’t say I blame you! I’m always on the lookout for Mom and Dad Gator when I go to the lake for pictures! 😀
sign sign everywhere a sign, blockin out the scenery , breakin my mind lol.. ( old song). These are great signs Linda.
In 1971 I was singin’ along with the Five Man Electrical Band! Old is relative and I love that song! Okay, I’m old! HAHAHA!! 😎
I must be too!! Nah!!
Love your signs , Linda 🙂
Thanks, Michelle! 😀