hahhahaha... You're lucky to not have been caught snapping that picture :P
Scary!!!! Is it like a bear - don't run - curl into a ball?
Hehe, they used to have those kinds of signs in Poland during the time of communism. I remember my father yelling at me to put my camera away! LOL
Yeah...back to your comment. I'm totally with you. Because, despite our happily married status we are not dead below the waist. And OMG...when a truly magnificent specimen comes along, doesn't it make you want to stand up and salute?
Oh my gosh! How scary! It is a good thing you didn't stop to take a picture of the no photography sign!
I like the picture on the sign, just in case you can't read you can still get the "picture" Dilarang masuk! Do Not Enter!
That's pretty clear, isn't it?Glad you didn't get caught!Mine's up:http://rtmm.blogspot.com/2008/02/wordless-wednesday-16.htmlcjh
Allllll righty then!!!! [I remember one time in our travels that the airport in Old Mexico had guards with m-16 rifles and dear hubby wanted to turn around and go back to the states! LOL]Happy W W - hope you can drop by my blog sometime soon.
Kind of sobering to think that the signs even exist. What are they protecting? Something really important I hope. Happy WW.
That's funny. I can't believe they still have signs like that. Happy WW!
Um Yikes?!?! It's a dang good thing you didn't get caught taking that picutre!!! What would they have done, tore your body in half???? Great pict though!!! Happy WW!!
Oh that's scary! lol! Happy WW!Totally Worn OutThe Future Pianist
I need one of those for my house. Just for the intimidation factor!
Yikes... did you snap the picture and then execute a sweet combat roll back into your car?
uh...yikes. and how can we bump so-so up to pretty effing good? on your let me tell you how i'm feeling.
Strangely enough, although I do not speak the language I totally get the message.
I would seriously consider breaking in!Have a great WW!My post: Ergonomics.
I think I'll crawl on all fours thank you.
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