The 12 Most Commonly Misinterpreted Road Signs

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Road Signs can be tricky when passing at a high rate of speed.  Coffee and cell phone distractions don’t help either.  Here’s a handy guide to help avoid any confusion the next time you’re encountered with any of the following road or walking signs.

1.)  DESIGNATED STUNT-BIKING AREA

stunt bike zone

Remember to wear a safety helmet where boobs are present.

2.)  HAND STANDS PERMITTED ON MOVING VEHICLES

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Look what that Teen Wolf Hooligan started…

3.)  MANNEQUIN CROSSING

Usually posted within close proximity to an Old Navy outlet store.

Usually posted within close proximity to an Old Navy outlet store.

4.)  GET THE FUCK OUT OF THIS AREA

No time for further explanation!

No time to explain!

5.)  CREEPY SINGLE GUY AREA

pedestrian

Roll up windows while passing.

6.)  KICK DOWN DOOR BEFORE ENTERING

Kick Down Door Before Entering

Nothing says ‘grand entrance’ like a good ninja-kick to the front door.

7.)  BONER REST STOP

Turns out that being well-endowed has it's drawbacks like, for instance, standing up.

Turns out that being well-endowed has it’s drawbacks.

8.)  WATCH FOR BIRDS

Flipping the bird

No stupid questions either.

9.)  STOP FOR STANKY LEG

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