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Miss Miyoshi's Comment
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So, because I'm driving at the time I cannot take photos, but I've come across some pretty funny things along the way.

Stickers on the back of a trailer: (On left door) <--------El Paso (On right door) El Smasho-------->

(On left door) <--------Passing Side (On right door) Suicide-------->

Sign along mountain roadway: Seatbelts Required Next One Million Miles

I've also seen some "No Lot Lizards" stickers on windows of trucks.

Anyone have anything to add? I know we have a "funny pictures" thread but this is for when you can't have the photo.

LDRSHIP's Comment
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Behind a truck with a filthy trailer. Someone scrawled in the filth: "Test Dirt, Do Not Remove!"

Tastebuds's Comment
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I cracked up yesterday at an exit sign for Cumming, IA. I bet that place is orgasmic! Funny thing is, the population is only like 300 people. I wonder how the town got the name?!

Kanelin's Comment
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Saw a sign in PA on I70 at the end of ok me of the construction zone: "End Boring Area."

Cornelius A.'s Comment
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Had to call this trucking company in the town of ACCIDENT,MD realllllly? has anyone of you guys been through that town?

Bud A.'s Comment
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I cracked up yesterday at an exit sign for Cumming, IA. I bet that place is orgasmic! Funny thing is, the population is only like 300 people. I wonder how the town got the name?!

Did you stop at the Kum & Go? (I grew up in Iowa. No one from here thinks that is a funny name for a convenience store.)

Also, there is a ranch just north of Childress, Texas that cracks me up. Found it on Google streetview:

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Big Scott (CFI's biggest 's Comment
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In CDL school in Springfield MO. The first Kum&Go I saw I was on the phone with my wife. We both had a good chuckle.

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Truckin Along With Kearse's Comment
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There's a sign in OK near the Ochelletta WM that points "RT 75 North make left" and points directly into the off ramp. In the blackness of night you wouldn't know you were going the wrong way.

miracleofmagick's Comment
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I saw a sign in some back roads area in Texas a couple years ago that said "We don't rent pigs!" Really makes you wonder what series of events led to that sign being put up!

Another favorite was a sign before a bridge that read "Bridge under surveillance"

Old School's Comment
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Really makes you wonder what series of events led to that sign being put up!

It's a reference to the movie, "Lonesome Dove." I'm not going to go into the whole explanation - you'll just have to watch all six hours of the movie to understand.

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