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 😄

    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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