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I have no idea what this is about, but it's a proper sign in Leeds.
10th Aug 2005, 11:00   | tags:,,

Steve says:

Sponsored by the Lemming society

10th Aug 2005, 11:01

seaneeboy says:


10th Aug 2005, 11:24

nalsa says:

By one of the benches there is a flagstone with "You are a rock" carved into it, too.

10th Aug 2005, 11:38

Joe says:

I noticed that!

10th Aug 2005, 11:39

mysocalledmoblog says:

i like it, little random anomolies from normality, it almost reassures you that the world is actually quite as mad as you are... :)

10th Aug 2005, 12:13

Steve says:

In our healthy and safety obsessed country I thought a sign like this would not be allowed just in case someone did. I would love to see the risk assesment, I wonder if you could sue if you did.

Claims direct: "have you walked into the ocean because a sign told you too? if so you could be entitled to a large casg pay out, no win no fee"

10th Aug 2005, 13:02

nalsa says:

Thing is, in that direction the closest sea is Whitby... so you'd probably have to be pretty determined.

10th Aug 2005, 13:41

Joe says:

yeh that would be quite a walk :)

10th Aug 2005, 14:03

Steve says:

Wait a minute

11th Aug 2005, 22:22

mat says:

Norwich had some signs from swimming baths around it on random buildings recently. Marks and Spencers was the 'shallow end', moving up to the 'deep end' near Burger King. s'cool.

11th Aug 2005, 22:25

Helen says:

Must. Open. My. Eyes.

11th Aug 2005, 22:27

teflon says:

mat: like these?

11th Aug 2005, 22:35

seaneeboy says:

mat - my theory is that norwich is getting ready for the sea level rises, cos it's bound to be the first to go ;)

12th Aug 2005, 09:32

seaneeboy says:

If anyone else wants to post a pic of this, leave me a link to it here and I can put them all in a funky animated gif :)

Thank you :)

12th Aug 2005, 16:35

Helen says:

I might actually bother to do that.

12th Aug 2005, 17:26

Very good site. Thanks for author! (ssbornik-at-gmail-dot-com) says:

Very good site. Thanks for author!

2nd Jul 2006, 09:52