I love the logo of the Royal New Zealand Air Force, but it also makes me laugh. Can anyone tell me why? Apart from the fact that it's so freaking small on this post.
Young Superman was always such a pain when he'd had one too many Sodas in the Burger King playground, his mother said.
I honestly can't even opine as to what the hell this was at the airport this morning.
I know prostitution is legal in New Zealand, but ...
Huge drop on the right, railing on the left - where there was no drop. Oh, and at right, why not take the whole family, including the dog, for a walk beside a 60-foot drop with violent wave action? No barriers? No worries, mate. This was an actually sign-posted public walkway.
The lack of safety barriers takes some getting used to here. But New Zealand seems to take the attitude that people aren't idiots. Refreshing, I suppose, but still always jarring.
Not sure this would work in the States. No Eating? Actually, not sure this will work in New Zealand, especially considering it's posted in a parking lot outside one of the main grocery stores - which has a deli. It was just posted this week. Bets on how long it's going to last?
This is definitely a parking fail - or a berthing/mooring/docking fail. Dude, you like totally missed the water. Whatever, it is, it's a Wellington sight.
Two signs that made me laugh this week.
Playing with kids' stuff is just wasting training time, son. You'll never become an All Black if you don't train. Only in New Zealand would one of these rip-off toy cranes contain nothing but Rugby balls. Love it.
Yes, that's a menu hanging on the bathroom wall of a local eatery. Because that's what always happens: you walk into the bathroom and the lovely aromas in there just make you think, "Mmmm, I could go for a bite to eat." (As I did recently, I apologize for the quality of the photo, but you do not want to be caught taking photographs in a bathroom.)
Not one of New Zealand's more helpful signs, I must confess.
... and only humans can cut trees down and make benches out of them.
I came across this flip-flop fence on the way up Highway 1 this weekend. This jandal masterpiece made me smile.
|Really? Well thanks.|
|Wondering if alcohol was involved in dreaming up this business plan|
This sight made me giggle. I'm not quite sure how it's supposed to work. Are we talking a Mitt Romney-like deal? Or just sticking the dog in the back of a pick-up? Or is the DIY in reference to the dog? For more things that have turned my head in New Zealand, read here.