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17 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Unique”
That is great indeed. It would have been necessary in Finland, because some young people have driven into the sea in a harbor when presenting their tuned cars to others, if I remember correct.
That sort of sign would make me a wee bit nervous… 😉
I have to wonder what inspired it being put there!
OMG … I love this!! Unique and hilarious. Well done, Janet!
Thanks, Cheryl! Glad it gave you a giggle!
The instant I saw this I thought “this has to be Ireland”??
Where else could it possibly be?!?!? Thanks for stopping by.
Haha! After making the comment I had a look around your blog and figured you are writing about Ireland! I’m a Dublin cailin myself. Thanks for the nostalgia!
Yes, the west coast of Ireland has a hold on my heart. Though I thoroughly enjoyed my time in Dublin as well!
Lol! That made me giggle! Great pic!
I wonder if the sign was erected after an “unfortunate incident!”
It might have been a GPS-related unfortunate incident?! Lol.
Ballyvaughn is such a wee place, it might not even correctly register a GPS coordinate! So an unfortunate GPS direction might have really landed a car in Galway Bay.
That’s a great sign. I have never seen one like that 🙂
That’s Ireland for you. I’d never seen one like it either.
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