Just A Ton Of Hilarious Signs That Deserve Awards

Advertising has a profound effect on us, whether we want to admit it or not. A good sign can draw us in, make us part ways with our hard-earned dollars, and even make us laugh.

So to help lighten your day, I've scoured the internet for some of the best. Have a look at just a ton of truly hilarious signs that deserve awards and recognition.

When it sounds to good to be true.

How many people do you think just completely stop reading after the first two points and rush the door only to be gravely disappointed? It's had to have happened on at least one occasion, I'm sure of it.

When times are tough...

I wonder what it said before someone decided to slap a "SELLING" sticker on the sign? If I had to guess, I'd wager "PATROLLING" but who knows. Maybe this is a very lazy way to trap incredibly stupid criminals?

Sign, sign, everywhere a sign.

Isn't this just a tad redundant — the two signs appear to be less than 10 feet from one another!

You can quite literally read both signs at the same time. Do they think that the pedestrians are stupid?

Tell us how you really feel.

A local restaurant affixed this sign to the front of their door in the wake of the COVID-19 restrictions. Can you tell from the language that they're a little frustrated by the entire ordeal?

A throwback to *M.A.S.H.*.

I get that I'm dating myself with this next one, but I don't care. You either get why it's funny or you don't. And if you don't, then congratulations — you're young! Now quit rubbing it in already, would ya?

I've had my coffee and now I have to run...

All I can say is that if this person thought their latte tasted off, just wait 15-20 minutes until that "alternate milk" kicks in and does what it's intended to do.

Breaking down the gender barriers, one sexist ad at a time.

I'm not wrong, am I? This ad is blatantly sexist but in a reverse sexist kind of way. I feel like no matter how I answer this question, somehow I'm going to be in the wrong.

Sometimes, all you have to do is look outside.

I love that we can pretty much predict the weather patterns down to the minute nowadays, but there's also something to be said for good old-fashioned common sense.

As the great Bob Dylan once said, "You don't need a weatherman to know which way the wind blows."

Guess the word jumble.

I can forgive misspelling the word "Welcome" — at the end of the day, mistakes happen. What I have a hard time getting over is that this person then proceeded to paint and stain this sign without once even considering that they might have made an error.

Too hot to handle.

Is it just me or has this summer been positively unbearable? It seems like every sunny day we have is upwards of 35 degrees, and if it isn't disgustingly humid then it's either raining or cloudy.

I'm so ready for fall, how about you?

If the deal doesn't close in 30 minutes — it's free.

In a stale housing market, realtors need to become inventive. I don't know what kind of stoner-minded person would be enticed to buy a home just for the promise of free pizza but if the results work then who's to argue?

A good pun goes a long way.

Hats off to you if you also read the writing on the sign in your very best Christopher Walken voice. Bonus points if you proclaimed aloud to the empty room "I think it needs more cowbell!"

How cold is Coors Light?

I'm from London, ON (about 2 hours south-east of Toronto) and there is nothing we enjoy more than bashing our neighbor to the north. Take that, you stuck up Torontonians. Oh, and one more thing — go Habs go!

Dad jokes for days.

It's a little-known fact that truckers have some of the best dad jokes of the bunch.

Now I can't shake the image of a middle-aged naked man pushing around a grocery cart wearing only a medical mask — please help!

What's the difference between a hipster and a hamster?

Upon further reflection, not a whole heck of a lot. I feel as if every business should have this sign posted out front of their door — who wants to cater to hipsters, anyway?