Funny Signs - Where?

Submitted by: dunno source via Oddly Specific

Sand? I don’t see any sand….

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39 Responses to Where?

  1. Kelli says:


  2. h says:

    I thought it was a hand…

  3. ... says:

    Add the word “storm” behind and post it to HackedIRL~

  4. Pete says:

    No no. That is correctly read as !Sand as in “This is not sand”. 🙂

  5. george says:

    What sand? i don’t see any sands here. carry on.

  6. Snookie_Townshend says:

    *Looks at sign* Really? No duh. I see the Totally Obvious Fairy has visited us again.

  7. 5150 says:

    I’ve never played in excited sand before.

  8. orion says:

    Can’t see the sign, the sand is in the way.

  9. Vonkula says:

    No shit Sherlock! 🙂

  10. carin says:

    ask dora the explorer. she’s fantastic at finding obvious things. “have you seen the sky? wheeeere?”

  11. TOPCTEH says:

    Where’s the other sign (on the left) which reads “MUD”?

  12. SuperSoda says:

    My one weakness!

  13. Seibee says:

    Well spotted.

  14. 17R3W says:

    What’s with islands? Get more land!

    What’s with deserts? Get less sand!

  15. PsychoDad says:

    ~ This isn’t the sand you’re looking for . . . . ~

  16. Sarge says:

    An in the background….


  17. tlsheff says:

    Thank You Captain Obvious… wouldn’t have figured it out without you 🙂

  18. Must be in Denmark. “SAND” = “TRUE”

  19. vampire squirrel says:

    SAND???? I thought it was a badger.

  20. Smitty says:

    At least it doesn’t say “# SAND”.

  21. Andy says:

    Oh gosh WHERE!?!?!?

  22. Party Down says:

    I think Gorillaz found this first at 3:54 in the Dirty Harry video

  23. The Doc says:

    photoshop 🙂

  24. TheObvious says:

    The signs are real and can be found on the road between Walvis Bay and Swakopmund in Namibia. When its gusting 30 knots across the road with sand it changes your driving experience and the paintwork on your car including headlight lenses. And after it settles there may be “mini sand dunes” on the road verge. Hit one with only two wheels or on a bike at 100kph, and you might ask someone to have warned you, especially if you are an overseas tourist which this region gets many of.

  25. kenkaku says:


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