Weekly Photo Challenge: The Sign Says

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Signs.  Obvious? it means Stop.  Interestingly enough, it is the same shape as the Yield sign in the U.S.  ..Better not get them confused though!

This is a re-post from February…

https://japankharma.wordpress.com/2013/02/24/sunset-stop/

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here A different kind of sign…

here  Train manners

here  Shut the door (one of my favorites.. lol)

here  Subway bears (train manners?, common sense?)

It’s one of the things I like about Japan, signs, posters, billboards, are sometimes just out there. I mean, waaaaay out there.

I run into a lot strange English..funny signs and even more interesting use/usage? of English.

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http://dailypost.wordpress.com/2013/05/31/weekly-photo-challenge-the-sign-says/

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I’m not a fan of recycling my pictures for other posts, or even reblogging or reposting things… but I did today!

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