Submitted by: North Carolina Aquarium at Pine Knoll Shores via Oddly Specific
So…can I tip-toe?
…So we’re still ok to jog, right?
What about meandering?
What about disco?
Can i set fire to them? Or play barbies with them? Hows about i show them my scissors? Oh look, plants are thirsty, i must give them water.
I’ll just have to hop through.
Can I still land my Dragon here?
I can still land my dragon here, right? It was Ok last time…
/minces on the plants
who gave this guy a thesaurus?
sponsored by the department of redundancy department sponsors.
shuffle on over
No disco! Dance IS on the list of prohibited activities.
Did the same guy who wrote the signs for the San Diego Zoo write these too?
I was just there a few months ago and took a picture of that sign.
I don’t like the signs that are *trying* to be funny. It’s when it’s by accident, THAT’S when it’s funny!
Luckily, I can moonwalk.
One does not simply walk, mosey, saunter, stroll, toddle, tread, traipse, troop, ambulate, prance, dance, tramp, skip, lumber, plod, slog, stride, trudge, run, scurry, beat feet, scamper, scoot, crawl, creep, or step into North Carolina.
But they forgot peregrination.
Awesome. I can totally trundle through the plants!
Keep out of the garden?
I find it easier just to fly 😛
Well at least we can schlep through it. They can’t discriminate against me for being Jewish 😉
“I am just going to sit nicely atop of those plants here”
So… we have to jump on the plants? got it!
Roly-polies it is!
can i kick the plants? or eat them?
Please do not comment, remark, mention, talk about, point out, analyze, consider, contemplate, reflect on, ruminate, deliberate, ponder, speculate, cogitate, mull over, chew on, scrutinize, or study this sign. Thank you.
Can I trot on them?
Looks like I could still coat them in beverage or fluid of choice while bellysliding across the plants…
So then I can sashay on them?
Great, thanks. 🙂
Abuse and overuse of a thesaurus. They should be ashamed.
Maybe they hired Mojo Jojo to write their sign…lol…=p
guys, everyones get on my toboggan and we can sled through the plants!
I can roll though!
what if i bounce on them
Yes! I remember seeing this sign in the fifth grade and thinking, “What? No scooting? Bullshit.”
I think I’ll just mozy on through the plants XD
Meghan, liked your comment. Thesaruses are not bad things!
Best comment every LOL
Also, if I can’t beat feet or dance, can I two step? =P
i suppose i’ll just have to amble (see? i can think of alternative walking verbs too)
you can fall on the plants in case you trip
you can also trip on the plants
How about jumping? Does that count?
But you can still Amble, meander, jump through, sit on, slide on, tip-toe, roll through, bounce on, scamper, jog, bound, stomp on, pad through, circuit, gallop, trot, March, pace, sneak, tour, trample, canter, race, roam, stalk, sulk, wander, or go through the plants!
Best comment ever!
this is freakin awesome,can i pee on the plants?!?! i take that as a yes!!!:)
Suck it! i love plants!!
Can we flounce through them?
Just drive your 4X4 straight through, no problem there…
OMG! IVE SEEN THAT SIGN! I HAVE A PICTURE OF IT ON MY PHONE! …..OMG!
passing through them is ok, though?
OK, I’ll do that then.
(Hopping on one toe through the plants)
Ill go there just to gallivant .. its worth every penny
Oh phew, I can still frolic through them.
I guess I’ll have to log roll….
what about falling? :3
I guess pouncing is still OK.
If I ever go on a road trip to NC, the first thing I’m gonna do is gyrate straight through those plants.
But I can still eat the plants, right? I brought my own salt…
Oh, and please do not steal, take, filch, purloin, pilfer, thieve, loot, carry off, or misappropriate our thesaurus.
Time to FROLICK through the plants!
I dunno what the problem is…looks like Microsoft Synonym generator is working just fine to me….
My 4th grade teacher had one of these signs. It was from the San Diego Zoo. And can we waltz through the plants?
At least I’m allowed to pick the flowers and uproot plants to take home
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