One of the little things I do is take pictures of anything I see while I'm out and about if it makes me laugh. Then those pictures get forwarded to any number of text conversations on my phone depending on the content. It could be personalized license plates, bumper stickers, funny sayings on the marquee outside of a business, etc. And I'm always down for coming across a funny sign.

Have you ever popped into the bathroom while visiting a Carousel for Missoula? Just posing the question has me thinking that for all the times I've been there I've never actually been into the bathroom. If I had, I would have seen a pretty amusing sign that is apparently posted on the wall. Yep, I guess I'm just like any red-blooded American in the sense that I do love me a good sign. And the more random and comical it is, the better! Somebody posted the picture below on Twitter yesterday. I'll even save you the click to expand the picture and tell you that it says "If we are busy unclogging the toilet, we won't have time to give rides." Ha!

I don't know why but I got a kick out of that and love it. But then again, it doesn't take much to amuse me. Here's another fun one - it greets us here at work as we head into the restroom.

Photo: Ryan Nelson
Photo: Ryan Nelson
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Hmmm....how much profit do you think is made in the humorous bathroom sign business each year? It has to be a decent moneymaker!

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