Submitted by: dunno source via Oddly Specific
The fact that there’s even a sign for this makes me want to go live on Mars.
No conga lines with the sheep.
Like you’d need a reminder…
I think tthat sign means no cow tipping. still hilarious.
That would be a very small cow. Looks more like a sheep to me; with the wool around the legs.
Either way, don’t push livestock across the road.
I love lamb!
That could quite possibly be on a road going into Wales.
yeah thats most definitely a sheep
I don’t remember /ever/ seeing that in the Highway Code manual.
Hmm.. Must be in New Zealand
I would protest for the rites of New Zealanders… but I have actually seen signs like these.
You can get them at RD1 (one of our rural/farm shops) and someone down the road has one after all the cow-tippers that came near him.
I can’t pass it without laughing.
Looks like Stickman’s been a baaaaaaahhh-d boy.
Well, Sticky isn’t wearing a skirt/kilt, so it’s obviously not Scotland.
This reminds me of an old joke:
Why do Scotsmen wear kilts?
Sheep can hear zippers.
Ha, I think the graphic artist needs to adjust the spacing between the human and the animal. I guess we all have some dirty minds since it’s CLEARLY don’t push the sheep right? 😉
…I see only one way to interpret it considering there is clearly SOMETHING coming out of the man’s crotch and into the sheep’s rear end.
Then again, I can’t think of what that something could be, as it’s much too thick to be anything I can think of that you’d find attached to a man’s crotch. Either that, or the guy’s wasting his talent with sheep.
England is prim and proper, Scotland’s depraved… and he isn’t wearing a kilt. Can’t you see Sticky’s unkilted legs? He is obviously a stickman from Alberta.
Well, it’s a country where they drive on the left hand side of the road, and enjoy the company of sheep. *Looks across the Tasman ocean* Hello New Zealand!
I almost disagree, the lands too dry for us, needs to be you. Of course, I wouldn’t put it past my fellow countrymen, as well as the fact they sell these in RD1 😄
Oh, Stickman. Is there anything you won’t screw?
Damn tourists! Just because they are on vacation, they think they can do ANYTHING! (angrily hammers up sign)
Seriously, though, the sign above is a “Sheep Crossing” sign. This one, is, I believe, a “Don’t try to shove the sheep out of the way if they are milling in the road in front of your car” sign. And that “thing” between sheep-ass and stickman-crotch is the sheep’s TAIL.
Get your minds out of the gutter! (It is already WAY to crowded down here!)
Every time I’ve heard that one, it had something along the lines of “at 100 meters” (usually yards, which doesn’t make sense since Europe uses the metric system. :P) attached to end of it.
I want to go live on Mars too.
Why, you may ask?
Because PIGFARTS IS ON MARS.
Pigfarts, Pigfarts, here I come. Pigfarts, Pigfarts, yum yum yum.
(Have you heard the “Pigfarts” by Joe Walker and Lauren.. whatever her name… on the soundtrack? It’s from a different night than the Youtube version and Joe & Lauren continue singing without [whoever plays Snape] interrupting… everytime I see the Youtube version I’m sad that that’s not included.)
what can i say JUST DONT
what else can ypou say!
Screw the sheep, eat the women.
With the way that leg is, looks to me more like a tail.
I thought it was a sign saying no kangaroos screwing sheep.
That from New Zealand hmm?
More than likely, considering I’ve seen a farm shop (RD1) sell it!
Not a cow..obvious…its a sheep profile. And last I remember you can’t tip sheep over so the only obvious answer to this sign is…it’s definitely time to move to Mars.
This is a joke, but not like you’d think. It does NOT mean “do not %&$* sheep”. The sign above it is a CATTLE crossing sign. Cattle ranchers do not like sheep, as sheep tear up fields too much, etc. This sign ACTUALLY means “no %&$*ing sheep” as in “we don’t want no %&$*ing sheep around here”.
This resembles the old joke about American beer resembles sex in a canoe, as they are both %&$*ing close to water.
Why coat tails, I wonder…
That’s in Wales 😄
The Welsh sheep shaggers
Welcome to Nottinghamshire! 😄
Clearly it’s a warning not to pet the sheep (while f***ing it).
its obviously new zealand they love to “push the sheep through the gates” ;P
this reminds me of an inside joke among me and my friends
dont live on mars they do it there too!
At Pigfarts, but Rumbleroar doesn’t like it. (He’s a lion. That talks.) So when he’s awakened from his slumber from all the dancing that Pigfarts students aren’t allowed to have (or possibly the arrival of a new student that you need a rocket ship to get to) everyone stops. Until Rumbleroar sleeps again…
This looks like it’s outside of Pullman, WA somewhere. It’s a huge problem at WSU
My first thought was that sticky looks like a kangaroo, and my second was ‘Why is sticky-as-a-kangaroo screwing a sheep?’
Seriously, I’d guess it means “Don’t ride the sheep”
Obviously, there is somewhat of a need for this sign…
…as a qualified sheep-masseur, I feel somewhat offended by this! (Also, that’s one fiiiiiine looking sheep…)
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No, it obviously means- dont push sheep over! >>
I wonder if he is a Welshman?
You and your sheep can do whatever you want in the privacy of your own barn but not by the side of the road!
Having lived in Wyoming for a long time I can only say….where can I order one of these signs?
To clear up the country of origin arguments this is definitely in NZ and that particular sign is near Awaawaroa on the road to Stoney Batter on Waiheke Island (which could be considered a country all to its own). I believe it is meant to be a joke. Even if not, it sure is funny…
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