That Excuse Never Works

Funny Signs - That Excuse Never Works

Submitted by: dunno source via Oddly Specific

Wouldn’t that be awfully convenient?

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16 Responses to That Excuse Never Works

  1. Robert... says:

    Neither do red crosses…

  2. Seibee says:

    XD that’s awesome. It’s not a dentist’s, is it?

  3. Someone says:

    I wonder how many used that excuse, that such a sign is neccesary.

  4. bob_super says:

    That is one smart proctologist…

  5. Your innerself says:

    Anal probe examination escape plan fail?

  6. RandomNewb says:

    Please use the lift to avoid falling down the stairs and missing your examinations because you need to go to a hospital.

  7. Flank says:

    “Dear Sir, I regret to inform you that I missed my exam due to tripping on the stairs which I took on account of the sign on the elevator …. “

  8. bobby z says:


  9. anivad says:

    I submitted that – it’s from my university during the exam period. Nothing to do with hospitals or dentists.

  10. ash says:

    isn’t it at UTS sydney? that damn engineers lift is always breaking down.. how ironic.

  11. MFS says:

    NUS. Singapore.

  12. Jim says:

    I was a teacher at a design school, and this happened for real once. Two students were riding the elevator and it got stuck. But it wasn’t them who told me, but someone from the administration who also called some guys from the elevator company to rescue them.

    In the end, I gave them that more time they came in late (no one was finished and could have told them, at that moment)

  13. barfy says:

    de la salle university?

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