What, Crows Don’t Need to See?

Funny Signs - What, Crows Don't Need to See?

Submitted by: dunno source via Oddly Specific

Maybe the solution is to give the crows their own glasses.

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29 Responses to What, Crows Don’t Need to See?

  1. WD says:

    It’s another Father Ted reference.

  2. fanglefish says:

    It’s from Father Ted. The Mainland, if I’m remembering rightly.

  3. says:

    Seems like an odd thing for a crow to steal. Maybe they’re trained? :-p

  4. Max S says:

    Father Ted.

  5. Jennypen says:

    I don’t beLIEVE it.

  6. Junkyard says:

    Is everything on this site just a screen-cap from a sitcom? Suddenly it doesn’t seem very funny any more.

  7. Ohai says:

    sadly this is very real, crows see shiny, they take shiny, usually it’s pairs set next to the deck chair though

  8. Kelli says:

    Fecking Crows

  9. Will says:

    They did get Father Jack’s glasses, you know. Twice. 🙂

  10. Anna says:

    Person1: Dude check out that weird sign
    Person 2: I can’t
    Person 1: Why not?
    Person2: I don’t have my glasses
    Person1:why don’t you have them
    Person2: A crow took them from me yesterday

  11. mechas8n says:

    Father Ted FTW!


    Oh , I love comedy from the 90’s

  12. 5150 says:

    Maybe they’re talking about those “pension-stealing old crows” they’re hitched to?

  13. meh says:

    Actually, its from a Russian childrens book (Uncle Fedor, anyone?)

  14. notacrow says:

    Just have to say it, but I don’t even think that’s a crow on the sign. Looks like a rook. 🙂

  15. The Lilac Pilgrim says:

    Down with this sort of thing! >:[

  16. notacrow says:

    A rook is a type of european corvid. In other words, a bird, not a castle.

  17. Bishop Brennan says:

    Down with that sort of thing!

  18. nerdiebirdie says:

    It so is a rook, it’s the sign designer that needs glassies!

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