And Heads Aren’t?

Submitted by: Blue Mountains, Australia via Oddly Specific

What I like most about this is that they treat losing a limb like losing your jacket or a piece of jewelry. Yeah, it’s inconvenient but it’s not the end of the world. I wonder if they have a lost and found box of orphaned arms and legs, in case you can’t find your own.

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17 Responses to And Heads Aren’t?

  1. Seibee says:

    That’s quite a creepy thought. Maybe they’ll come out with a tape measure to check the replacement’s the right size.

  2. Sodium says:

    So what’s the problem here? The fact they said that limbs are difficult to replace, or that they didn’t say that heads are impossible?

    A tad weak this one…

  3. Sodium says:

    Wow… you get your comment removed if you make a negative comment?

  4. Sodium says:

    You know what…? Ignore me. My browser is caching pages.

  5. Sparrow says:

    Maybe that’s how the Adams Family found Thing.

  6. BigMomma says:

    Sodium – not too sure what’s wrong with your browser, but all of your comments show up, partner.
    Sparrow – Exactly what I was thinking.

  7. Shep33 says:

    difficult…but not impossiple…Weeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeh!!!!! Im the King of the World!!!! (*head gets lopped off)

  8. bern says:

    I think they mean the limbs on the tree. like a sarcastic comment —we dont care what happens to you just our trees

  9. Aussie says:

    Thats from the Scenic Railway, i think! and if you’ve been on the Scenic Railway (or dont live in aussie and therefore googled it), then you’d know that the ‘you will lose your limbs’ thing IS warranted XD

    Australia is a dangerous place……!

  10. JionP says:

    No, but they do have a second hand store.

  11. val says:

    Limbs are difficult to replace. Heads, however, are a no-brainer.

  12. Christie says:

    I’ve ridden that train!! And yes, the sign is definitely warranted. 🙂

  13. gia says:

    I believe it’s called “sarcasm”.

  14. kita says:

    Hahah Ive actually ridden this train too! I loved this sign! True Aussie Attitude!

  15. Nameless says:

    This is typical Australian humour. Don’t be alarmed.

  16. Adrian says:

    Hah, this reminds me of the one I saw at the back of a Starbucks in Vegas – “Caution: Door may open suddenly”. They tend to do that, yeah. Don’t remember if it had braille though…

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