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The Sign Says

Signs. Funny, poignant, symbolic, incorrect, informative, foreshadowing…there are so many signs in the world.  This sign was in my local fruit…

photo courtesy of Sara Rosso

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photo courtesy of Sara Rosso

photo courtesy of Sara Rosso

Signs. Funny, poignant, symbolic, incorrect, informative, foreshadowing…there are so many signs in the world. 

This sign was in my local fruit & vegetable market. It was funny not only for the misspelling, but also for the fact that most people don’t speak English and therefore the sign was probably that vendor’s way of appearing internationally-savvy and failing a little bit at the same time.

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- Sara Rosso

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  1. When I read what this weeks challenge is – the photograph I posted immediately came to mind! This is sort of an inside joke with my husband and myself (his hand in the photo) as I am American and use the word “crap” – and as he is European he had never heard the word before. Needless to say it is now part of his vocabulary as he spotted this sign on my first day out with my new camera. Hope you all enjoy it as I…..my version: http://thephotoseye.wordpress.com/2013/05/31/weekly-photo-challenge-the-sign-says/

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