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Fancy a Nibble on a Hoecake?
When a man wants it, nothing else will do.
Tuck That Thought Away
Arlene was not a hot neighborhood gossip.
Not Quite a Pink Wedding Yet
When is it, doll?
Actually a Nice Place to Visit
Don't let your nose deceive you.
The Best Place to Trash Your Petunias
Come drop your load.
Honey I’m So Hungry I’m Tuckered Out
Look for your only salvation here.
Form an Orderly Queue to the Jail
Revenge is the road, not the answer.
Never Sweat My Pal. Be Cool
Trying to tame this place.
New York, New York [VIDEO]
I want to wake up in a city that never sleeps.
Neat L&C Trail Postcards for Inspiration
An Incredibly Dull Story
Never a dull moment with all that Dull produce.
We HEART New Orleans [VIDEO]
A short presentation for our series of New Orleans street signs.
Forget the Skunk, Worry About the Moose Scat
You can take a chance if you have zero sense of smell.
The Colon’s Ended. Do We Need a Full Stop?
We have heard San Francisco has a vibrant population.
Do You Like Your French Fryz With a Totz
We decided to taste them ourselves.
Watch Out for the Left Hand Cross Right Hook
Don't trip over your left hand in this neck of the woods.
Welcome to Our Shop at RedBubble!
Take a look at our brand-new product provider.
Tread Lightly Down Poos Road, Eaton, OH
There may be more than a few ones beneath your feet.
10 Top Shortest Place Names in the World
Life is short, so why waste time on long place names?
10 Most Satanic Road Signs in the US
Something dark and mysterious maybe just around the next turn in the road.
Not Little Bighorn in Hexie Mountains, California
We suspect the truth is lying elsewhere undiscovered.
No More Utopia in Ohio
Down the river and out of reach.
10 Most Beautiful Drives in the U.S.
Pack a bag, give your vehicle a quick once-over, and get going!
Elvis Lives on but Not in This Place
We doubt the King of Rock would be delighted with his namesake.
10 Rarest Animals Featured on Road Signs
Why did the nene cross the road...? Read on and you might find out.
Beyond Hope in Beatty, Nevada
Where the only life left is wild flowers flourishing in the spring
Bird in Paradise
The biggest problem nēnēs face nowadays is they don’t seem sure whether they ought to fly.
You’d Better Do a Monkey Run
The talk about lawless vandals has us feeling worried.
I’m Alone and Waiting Honey
Let's meet tonight.
Smoking Competition Coming Up
But we are still looking for the smoking gun.
Let’s Enjoy the Best of Life
Everything has its moment.
But the Grease Trap is Clean Sir
Better not ask for a lard sandwich just in case.
Sleep Tight & No Bad Dreams
Time to cuddle up together and not get spooked.
The Unexpected Always Happens
You never know what unexpected thrilling thoughts arise until you use imagination.
Come on in for Your Slice of Paradise
But it can become wild after dark...
Not Gay Boy Closet
Gay Boy Court, like the one that just legalized same-sex marriage.
What Are Those Chunky Lads Doing in the River?
Ask the Chunka-playing Chanki Chitto.
Don’t Stress: This Applies to Cows
Lick like Larry (LOL).
A Hash of a Rabbit
No trucks leaving mash of those lovely creatures on the road as they roar past.
Would You Like a Coffee, Mr. Wagon Driver?
A place in Mississippi with a very special brew.
Danger: Earmuff Red Alert
It’s only right the government provides the neighbors with free acoustic muffs.
Nobody Blue Here It Seems
A question of maybe not so dull colors.
Is That an Apron or a Rag?
Shakin' beggars across the country.
I Say Old Bean. Look What I Found Here
More likely to choose four than five-letter words.
Where the Dog Go?
And Woodland was dead serious when it created this alley.
Will You Score Tonight?
Making whoopee higher up in the mountains.
Burrowing Away in Fair Play
Let the burro race begin.
The Steel Mill that Stole Away
Nobody steals a march on us.
Please Go the Other Way
A path of military splendor.
Hide Under Your Umbrella
We are law-abiding citizens but there must be exceptions.
A Cool Place to Chill
You've got to believe Todd Hausman.
Bowler Hats and Umbrellas Advised
Waiting for her to stall and come crashing to the ground.
Watch the Watermelon Prices
Perhaps the surveyor had a prophecy of what was coming.
Make Me a Random Road
We suspect there may be something behind these roads popping up...
And Not Just For Show
From a radio program to the middle of nowhere.
Any Way You Want is Good
All ways lead to Texas.
Honey Let’s Go Uff Da Hill
Every time I come here I'm overwhelmed.
A Peculiar Way of Naming Things
That's what happens when you need a train to stop at your place.
An Exciting Time in Oregon
If you're Boring, look for Bland and Dull friends...
A Whale of a Controversy
Do you see here plenty of people with odd interests?
How Now White Cow
A plot of bovine proportions.
How to Not Have Sex
Do you think they fought so much they didn't get around to making babies?
Want to Be a Mayor?
We guess they don’t have a Kentucky yet.
Shrink Available Down the Lane
We wonder if this sign in Michigan pretends to show us the way to Transylvania.
No Fork So Call it Why
If it had been a crossroad they might have called it "Mad".
Wise Investment or Sink Hole
It still sounds like a smart place to put your money.
Washroom Somewhere Near?
On our way to our heavenly bonanza.
Mountains of Passion
As a matter of fact, it could just be a viewpoint.
Original Kentucky Chicken
There is every indication that this part of Kentucky is hardly vegetarian.
Don’t Brush This Beaver
Could it be a escaped furry creature from Beaver Island?
A Not So Hot Idea
How did they get their satnavs so horribly wrong?
Casting Presidents in South Dakota
Sometime in the 1930’s a local historian decided it would be a nice idea to carve some faces in Mount Rushmore and get some tourists in.
Danger: Parents Present
Please, refrain from dragging your children around supermarkets.
A Hollywood Enigma
Mulholland Drive is a long Hollywood road that attracts stars and inspires films.
A Peepee in the River
Hej, dude, don't look for privacy here!
A Bourbon for Every Occasion
The first American bourbon was produced in 1789, the same year than the French Revolution broke out.
A Gay Old Time in Michigan
Probably Joseph E. wouldn't be so amused to watch his Gay Parade.
No words to describe the 'no words'.
Getting Down to Marriage
This is the end. For the better or for the worse.
First Algonquian Lady Driver
Once upon a time the chief's wife changed her horse for a car.
Too Late for the Barbeque
Strange things can happen when you wikieup and find yourself in Arizona.
A Rose by Any Other Name
This is just a future event that never happened.
An Unusually American Occupation
This is what happens when you pedal flat-out at railway lines.
A Green Clearing in the Concrete Jungle
New York City has a quiet, green oasis in the heart of Manhattan. A haven of peace iconic because of its frequent use in movies.
Indian Club Soda
Just a sparkling stop along the road.
World Wide Weed
Marijuana has been stirring things up since prehistoric times. Should we love it or hate it?
A Hippie Intersection
The Haight-Ashbury neighborhood in San Francisco and its contribution to hippie culture.
A Bestseller, a Hit, and a TV Star
Route 66 is not only a mythical road. It has also had a profound impact on the popular culture in the United States.
Renaissance in Williamsburg
From a settlement bought from local Amerindians in 1638 to one of the trendiest districts in New York City. But times weren't always so sweet in Williamsburg.
The Longest in America
Interstate 90 is a 3,103 miles long highway that traverses the US all the way from the Pacific to the Atlantic Ocean.
Lewis and Clark Trail
After acquiring a chunk of land from France in 1803, President Thomas Jefferson decided to fund an expedition to find out exactly what he had bought. Well, in any case he got us a national park.
Hasty Ostriches in Arizona
The Ostrich Festival has grown to the point that it is now widely regarded as one of the most important festival throughout the entire Southwest region.
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