It’s been a pretty fun week here, though very wonky. Some of our work can be confusing at times, so I made up a few signs to help my fellow coworkers make sure they’re putting the right books in the right spots. Then it hit me: I need a post about funny signs. Time to scour the interwebs and see who has made sillier signs than mine:
I’d be more terrified if I went in with a dog and got a free kid.
Sir Mix-a-lot probably gets books here.
Having troubles with your pages?
Or if you try to argue that Sean Connery isn’t the best Bond.
I’m starting to sense a theme here about food and drinks…
Those libraries and their sneaky french fry cameras.
This has got to be my favorite one.
Okay, I get it. These people REALLY don’t like food and drinks in their libraries and near computers.
Aww! Just don’t expect me to give loud patrons mouth-to-mouth.
A clear problem and a clear solution. Perfect.
Libraries don’t play.
A little overt, but reasonable.
How many kids are chewing on cords?
And what does the Brash Librarian have to say to all this?
I’m such a rebel. I also brought in an espresso, a bat, a puppy and a screaming child. I also chewed on power cables and put all my food/drinks/pets by the computer station.
Got some exciting news coming up soon! It’s all in the grand reveal…
How about you guys – got any silly/cool/wicked awesome signs you wish to share? Post them to my Facebook page for all to enjoy! Join up, we’re just a few people away from having 100 likes! Be one the Brash kids and like me on Facebook!
Until next week, kids!
Justin Brasher, Brash Librarian
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