They Use the Honor System

Funny Signs - They Use the Honor System

Submitted by: dunno source via Oddly Specific

Some people are just too trusting.

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14 Responses to They Use the Honor System

  1. 17R3W says:

    Bill Frist wouldn’t fall for it.

  2. kuoster says:

    Ha! They obviously want you to think that the camera is fake, so that they can catch the oblivious criminal on tape, unless, of course, that the criminal sees through the rouse and figures out that it’s actually real, then the warning sign would have actually worked, unless, of course, your head explodes on the recursive thought loop, then the footage caught on camera would be awesome, unless, of course, the camera is actually fake…

  3. Tweedle-Dee says:

    The fake security camera keeps out the stupid criminals. The smart criminals will figure out how to pull off a heist anyway or realize that a place that can’t afford a real security camera isn’t worth robbing. If they still want to rob the place, this is probably intended to keep the smart ones from tearing the place up trying to thwart a fake security camera.

  4. Carpe Diem says:

    Don’t worry, we’ll pretend not to steal.

  5. keithybabes says:

    It’s a trap!

  6. Rickster says:

    But the camera isn’t even pointed out…

  7. Rich says:

    Honesty: not always the best policy.

  8. Amy says:

    Yeah…notice how they printed that out in fine print

  9. Miki Krakauer says:

    I recognize this. This is from the MOBA, or Museum of Bad Art in Dedham, Massachusetts.

    This unique museum strives to display the worst, tackiest art anywhere. Almost all the “artwork” is donated or picked out of the trash. The camera is fake because there’s no need to prosecute thieves; anyone foolish enough to steal a painting from this museum has already suffered enough having to look at it!

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