Submitted by: A Park in Taipei, Taiwan via Oddly Specific
I guess I’ll just sit there quietly until the bus comes.
What situation(s) would have led to the prohibition of “private desks”?
Possible the marks left in the lawn.
It means don’t bring your own lawn chairs and picnic tables; use the ones that are there.
Don’t give them ideas.. They’ll ban sitting, and busses.. You’ll be stuck in limbo waiting for something that can’t happen.
Interestingly enough, it doesn’t appear that nudity or sex is against the rules.
The person urinating looks so proud of himself.
then they’ll put a ban on Limbo, referring to the game not the situation 🙂 couldnt help it lol
also, what kind of horn is that and how much noise does it really make???
No doing….well, pretty much anything, really.
I guess you can sit there and grow a tail. It just says you can’t pee, right?
actually this is better than a lot of parks in england. You’re allowed to bring food and drink(alcohol), play music (at a reasonable volume of course), have a game with a ball or frisbee etc.etc.
That’s like the mall around here that has, so help me, a 50-item “Code of Conduct” posted at every entrance. Basically all they want you to do is come in, spend all your money and leave.
Damn, and I had my office furniture, wet laundry, and my poker set all packed up. Guess I’ll turn around and go home. Oh well, I have to go to the bathroom, anyway….
@P. LOL I was thinking that too
Actually, most of them make sense. Which of these actions did you want to do?
So, hunting isn’t prohibited then?
Hey they didn’t say anything about take a shit there though!
This is my chance. They say nothing about defecating.
Love the no clothes washing or clothes drying….and no fishing! I wonder if they would all be done in the same body of water?
Seeing as how there’s no clothes washing, the clothes drying restriction is a bit redundant.
Bus won’t come; no vehicles are allowed.
I once saw this exact same sign on a t-shirt.
Engrish shirts are so strange.
i love how there is a picture for everything, except “vehicle”. what, was a picture of a car harder to come by than a picture, say, for gambling? haha
I belive the act of throwing nuclear objects in not a rule ^.^
What a bunch of Taipei personalities
Cop:*posts over sign, says same except, no waiting for bus, no breathing, no giving birth, yes public sex* well, im gonna have to take you away>
You:shit…*rapes a passerby* HA, im allowed to stay
Behold! The Rosetta Stone of signs!
Is it just me, or is that a Deathnote in the “No Graffiti” circle?
So I’m not the only one!
you should be happy there’s no engrish on there
Whew I was getting worried… At least I can still masturbate there.
what were people doing in this park to put this sign up?
I live in Taipei. Believe or not, some people living near parks would dry their clothes or put their old armchairs and tables in parks as if parks are their backyards. Very annoying!
I’ve been to China. If that sign wasn’t up, there would be lots of people doing EVERYTHING that the sign prohibits in the park.
This isn’t from China. China would be much worse.
Hong Kong parks are definitely worse. All above prohibitions plus No Ball Games, No Radio Controlled Toys, No Picking Flowers, No Bike Riding, No Skating… basically, you can sit on the bench. And we do get the occasional guy hospitalised for fornicating with the benches. Clearly, that should be on the sign.
The main thing that bugs me about this is that the “no washing clothes” and “no drying clothes” signs arent next to each other.
This makes me assume that it was a fair while after /washing/ your clothes was prohibited, that drying them was banned too?
but it says no vehicles…
You may not damage the picking of plants!
My question is this….. why is it that they made a picture of everything from drying clothes to private desks, but no cars is just a big minus sign?
So I brought my vuvuzela for nothing?
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