We wouldn’t want to stoop to “bathroom humor,” but these signs are just too funny! We hope you laugh out loud when you see these creative signs for restrooms.
Everyone needs goals!
We didn’t think people needed to be told not to do all these things, but apparently it needs to be said at this establishment.
Happy hour after work: good. Happy hour at work: bad.
We’re afraid to ask what exactly that means…
We get a ‘kick’ out of this one!
“This is now a men’s washroom”…seems like there’s been some confusion and now someone is putting his foot down—or, putting his arm out.
This one’s cute and clever—turn it upside down and it’s the same!
This is actually a smart design, but we liked it so much that we had to share. Have you every seen a sleek sign like this?
No-bat-y likes a puddle.
This train station sign is clever and funny!
These are just a few on the hilarious bathroom signs we’ve seen. In our business, we want to know about everything related to handling your business, humor included! Have you seen other funny signs like these? Snap a picture or tell us in the comments.
There are so many wonderful holiday festivals happening this season! We’ve compiled a list in case you want to check them out.
• December 4-7—The Bizarre Bazaar
Open 10am-7pm Thursday through Saturday and 10am-5pm on Sunday, the Bizarre Bazaar is a holiday marketplace with over 500 exhibitors and fabulous, unique gifts for everyone on your Christmas list. General admission is $7 and children 2-12 get in for $1.50.
• December 5—Grand Illumination
This free downtown tradition kicks off the holidays with the lighting of millions of lights along the city skyline, followed by a festival featuring Santa and the Snow Queen.
• December 12—Church Hill Holiday Candlelight Walk
This 50th Anniversary Holiday Festival at Church Hill starts at 7:15pm in Jefferson Park and concludes at historic Libby Hill at 7:45pm. The event features holiday caroling and a visit from Santa Claus, and is free and open to all!
• December 13—James River Parade of Lights
In the 22nd Annual Parade of Lights, boats decorated with thousands of lights will cruise roughly a dozen miles down the James River from the fall line in Richmond to the Varina-Enon Bridge. You can register to decorate your boat and participate, or simply watch the festive vessels from several official viewing locations.
• December 14—Easter Henrico Holiday Extravaganza
The holiday celebrations at The Armour House and Dabbs House, include decorations, refreshments, craft activities, holiday songs by local chorus groups, Santa, and even a step back in time at the Dabbs House Museum.
• December 7—Hopewell Tree Lighting, Parade & Concert
Just a skip away from Petersburg, Hopewell has their annual tree lighting at the Ashford Civic Plaza. From 4-8pm, visitors can also enjoy a parade, free concert, horse & carriage rides, carnival rides, raffles, and refreshments. There will also be a visit from Santa!
What fun festivals are part of your holiday traditions?