Road Signs

DipAhead

 

In the town I live in they have road signs like Dip Ahead. I think snack time, bring your own chips.

 

 

SurveypartyOr out on the Highway “Survey Party” – but there’s never enough parking to get the survey. Is it answering questions first or snacking and then asking questions I never know.

 

StopAheadBut as a kid seeing signs like “Stop Ahead” I expect a severed head to be rolling around and some guy using his foot to stop it.

 

RoadNarrowsOr Road Narrows, but you never see Road Widens. Or Narrow Bridge Ahead -I just picture some mean ass bridge squeezing a head. Narrow bridge or Narrow road must have been authorized by conservative Republicans, reflects their singular focus and you need that to shoot somebody or fire a missile right. I mean a narrow place is wide to the narrow minded. Or what about Road Work stop Ahead and there’s nobody there or they’re eating lunch, Head cheese, you lucked out. Or one lane road, stop ahead. They have to wait for the rolling head to stop before cars can pass and you thought it had to do with road work.

 

“Slow Children Ahead” we’ve all suffered through this stupid joke without getting the real meaning behind it. One of the “children” is carrying a zombie head forcing the other children under their spell to go slow as zombies. This is one reason why you should drive fast if a child has the head.

 

 

DipAheadDip a Head – It gives “Dip A Head” whole new meaning: meaning Dip your head = why not go soak your head, soaking is different that dipping right? Soaking is full immersion. Dipping is a quick shot – you’re in you’re out. But if the dip is French onion dip you’d want to dip your head down to the lips – I guess that’s why you’d have chips – and dip and that’s using your head, cool.

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