Please keep that in mind the next time you’re riding an escalator and repeat to yourself, “Escalators are not exercise machines.” If you forget, this sign will help you remember. Now I would have expected something like this at Ala Moana where it seems mandatory that at least one set of escalators is broken. But […]
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I had walked by a restaurant chain and was stopped by this sign. I guess the sign worked since it was gone a few days later. The cooks must have been acquier-ed.
I don’t know what kind of places @abaggy frequents, but he does find signs that are doozies. I mean what kind of workplace needs to post this kind of sign in the first floor breakroom? I guess you need to rinse your mouth and spit in the communal bathroom sink. THIS IS A COMMUNITY SINK.
Supposed to say “ramp” right?
Very important and doesn’t get any simpler than this.
Recently in Kailua, I’ve seen a few of these kinds of signs posted on street posts. Obviously, they are there to help out the tourists from Japan, but I don’t know who made and put them up. Nice job with the signs and demonstrating the Aloha spirit!
I’m not quite sure what this sign is saying. I guess the message is don’t smoke here, but I’m not sure if the chickens have anything to do with it.
So the days are counting down to Christmas, and people’s anxieties are increasing. With extra crowded roadways, it’s even easier to encounter road rage. But this holiday gift can easily diffuse the tense situation. It’s the Road Rage Defuzah (yes, defuzah). One side of the sign says “Mahalo” while the other says “My Bad.” When […]
For the sushi uninitiated, Kozo is not Genki and hence doesn’t have the issue with Hepatitis A-tainted bay scallops. For good measure, Kozo tells you so.
I have no idea what this means, so if anyone can explain this… Yes, this sign is really above a toilet and seen below. So is the toilet the one place where one can dream?
If you used this bathroom and just pooped, I think you’re in trouble now. What do you do? And dang that’s a small sink.
Remember back in the day before the Internet proliferated our daily lives that the @ symbol meant a physical “at?” Nowadays, whenever you see the @ followed by a word, you assume it to be an online identity or persona. But in this case, @okazuya really means “at okazuya.”