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  • Is it just me, or did they print the see-saw at an odd angle? This looks like a flat board that two people sit on to wiggle a bell in the middle.

    • Yep. I think the applique is crooked. They put the seesaw level instead of the pivot vertical. It’s so hard to find good help dontchaknow.

    • ah

      That’s what happens to see-saws in the middle of the road–they get knocked off kilter by wayward cars. Hence the need for a sign. Or see-saw lanes.

  • I think its funny they use a see saw to indicate children playing when see saws are banned from play grounds now! (how did any of us survive our own childhoods?)

    • Allison

      Hah yeah, one of my worst childhood injuries was from one of the many playground appurtenances that is now banned. I have no idea what they’re called, but they’re a giant wheel thing with bars that you spin around and around on. Anyway, when your foot gets sucked under bad things happen… bad… bad things…

  • I just saw this exact sign and thought it was the funniest thing ever… It’s outside a school but still…

  • Still, nothing beats the signed they posted on my street last year:

    This side of street closed 2/27 thru 2/31

  • Allison

    I’d say those kids have cankles, but there’s no feet…. the horror!

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