Danger! Danger!


We have a long, chequered history of introducing species that go feral. Including humans. :stuck_out_tongue:


The fire danger sign’s out of date now. In the wake of Black Saturday, the scale now goes up to ‘catastrophic’.

Edit: here ya go, newer one




oh yeah?!



@daneel what did i just watch?

I thought the breaking off of the utility knife stuck in the guys head was a bit much until the guy got his hands off and started spraying blood everywhere, but nope it just keeps getting worse and worse…

german porn is so weird!

@ChuckV Your Shake Hands With Danger post was a surprisingly good western.


I used to cater their tea parties!!! I was a volunteer for the Department of Wildlife to do the high alpine apple mash feeds twice a year. They have to be given lungworm medicine twice a year because they have no natural defense against introduced lungworm.

You had to watch them closely or they’d try and ram you, which would easily break ribs or arms. I only turned around for a second for this photo, and you can already see one of the eyeing me as a target.

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No wonder nobody asks me over for supper.


You can come to my place for supper anytime!





I don’t even have to scan up to know that daneel must have posted Forklift Driver Klaus.


I guess that this German church doesn’t mind wine or burgers, but no triple-scoop ice cream cones…
(I used to “collect” photos of these “No” signs, but this was the only one that I found):


Catapult Carl? could have used some sort of Danger Sign…


Ok you got me lolling on that one.




Here are some photos I took in Thailand:

“Light can harm eye of the tiger”

This sign at the peak of the tallest mountain in Thailand is not, strictly speaking, a warning sign, but you could easily be confused into interpreting it as such:

(there were urinals around the corner to the right, they’re not telling you to piss off a cliff, although the option is there… with no fence or other barrier)


Your Thai signs are my unicorn chaser from the gun thread.


Not technically a “danger, danger” sign, but your post reminded me of when I was in Sri Lanka in a group where I was the only foreigner, and my hosts explained to me that the signs written in 3 languages outside various points of interest did not say the same thing in each language: in English they would say the entrance fee, using a cardinal number, but the Sinhalese and Tamil sections would say “if you can read this, the fee is…” (and then write out the number, which would be anything from 1/4th to 1/10th of the number given in English).

Which seems perfectly fair to me!

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