Road signs and signs in general exist to help guide us toward the right direction or keep us in check with rules and regulation. But what if these signs have been poorly misspelled? How are we supposed to take them seriously?
Take a look at these 12 signs below, it's too bad auto spellcheck doesn't exist on our roads.
We can only imagine what they are teaching the kids at this shcool.
Who ever made this sign needs to learn how to finish their senten...
Come on, get it rihgt, will ya!
Beyonce would be so disappointed.
Totally fine to park here, the sign says so!
Sotp with all these spelling mistakes, please!
It looks like someone was under the influence...
Already not living up to the hype.
As long as they get the order right, we suppose.
There's nothing claer about this message.
Surely we know the difference by now?
This McDonald's sign will be sure to stop you in your tracks.
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