Jurassic Punishment

Funny Signs - Jurassic Punishment

Submitted by: dunno source via Oddly Specific

Now I know for a fact this one is fake. I checked, you can only get permits for dinosaurs in a residential zone

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37 Responses to Jurassic Punishment

  1. Dark says:

    That’s awesome. I’m going to go put noodles in every fountain I see now.

    • ZJ says:

      Do what you want, man!
      Personally, I’d prefer my body to stay in one piece!

    • TacoMann says:

      Why is there a dinosaur? No noodles, I get it, it will get messy. Where did they get the time and money to fund a gene splicing mad scientist. Also for all the reasons on the freaking planet, why use the retro-engineered dinosaur to be a trash cop?

  2. Believe it or not, this is actually a problem in my office building. The bathroom sinks choke on leftover ramen/Italian noodles and I guess no one wants to flush them, but you can’t put them in the garbage or it’ll soak through the bag and stink.

    Meanwhile, the water fountain looks like noodles can go through, so people dump them in there, run the water for a while, and then give up and leave.

    I wish I could doodle that well; I would totally draw a dinosaur munching on my office-mates.

  3. The Stig says:

    ‘Noodles’ is just a euphemism for faeces.

  4. Snookie_Townshend says:

    Actually, if your dino is trained as a service animal, such as the one in the diagram, it’s perfectly legal to bring him/her to work.

    • ZJ says:

      Well, you had better bring your obedience school forms with you, just in case people get suspicious.

      If the authorities caught up with the owner of the dino in the diagram, he’d be in some pretty hot water!

  5. Paula says:

    We sooooo need this at the casino where I work. For some reason, the asian employees insist on washing their vegetables in the bathroom sink, or using the hot water from the coffee machine and dumping it out in the drain. I guess nobody told them that all those people working in the kitchen are actually there to wash AND cook all the food that is served. There are signs everywhere that say “Do not wash vegetables” but either they dont understand them, or there are no consequences equated with the action.

  6. DrPluton says:

    When I was lodged in Hawkins Hall (a graduate dorm) at Purdue, the foreign students always dumped their leftover noodles in the fountain or the sink. The maintenance people had to repair the water fountain several times each semester because of clogs.

  7. notolaf says:

    Actually, we need that sign!

  8. Aaron says:

    Must learn how to draw that Dinosaur…

    …Now!

  9. hexaet says:

    what left-over noodles?

  10. Domino says:

    Last time I saw Frank, he was putting noodles in the fountain.

  11. Ren says:

    Ugh. At my school people are always dumping their food(frozen vegetables, noodles) into the water fountain by the band room. It’s disgusting to try to get a drink out of there. Why are people so nasty?

  12. your mum says:

    Dinosaurs are eating swastikas?

  13. fish eye no miko says:

    I find the now-crumpled water fountain a rather nice touch.

  14. Bruce says:

    Well, now we know what happened to Kyle’s brother

  15. Bruce says:

    Really?

    Oh, now I see what you’re getting at.

  16. Col. Funk says:

    Someone posted multiple copies of these signs around my high school’s water fountains.

  17. CapnJimmy says:

    I used to use the water fountains to put water into my ramen cups, but i always drank the soup; that’s half the meal right there…. And you notice the noodles are nowhere to be seen? I think the dino was trying to pick up the noodles and dispose of them properly, but misjudged the distance.

  18. jae lee says:

    i lived in an international residence hall last year at my university and there were always korean and japanese noodles in the water fountains. just sayin.

  19. Hex says:

    Just curl up in a corner. “I have a big head! And little arms…”

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