I don’t get it. Deer have trunks and tusks, right?
Oh C’MON! Obviously it wanted to say:
“Slow down(my) dear!(An elephant is) crossing!”
“Slow down!(My)dear(est)(elephant)(is) crossing…”
sucks if you hit a deerphant!
Yea…I see those deer up here in Canada all the time -_-”
uh oh….where you at in Canada?
Here in alberta we only get moosephants and bearyotes…
dont forget bealves and moce
polar penguins and grizzly crocodiles
when are you going to see deeerphants on the road?
Dearphants, you’ll shit brick when you see one
Maybe this is a sign warning elephants that deer will be crossing? … … No? Ok, sorry Mexicans I tried to cover up for you. This is what happens when you hire people who don’t speak English for jobs in an English-speaking country.
¡El venado, el venado! No elefante. Pendejos.
The guy who made this sign clearly dropped out in 1st grade right before the animal section of thhe year
i dont get it (jager) lol
best thing evar since spontaneous erections and grandma dropping by.
From Production to Installation, Common Sens FAIL
Common sense spelling fail? xD
Are you serious? Coz’ we’re not.
i think its if your riding an elephant, watch out for deer
I think it’s a WIN. Common, everybody is used to casual signs, nobody slows down, all guys just push to the max. But THIS cough your attention, didn’t it?
deers & elephants are the same!?!??!
they’ve got some weird looking deer over there
This is posted on the Mount Seymour Parkway in North Vancouver. It’s part of a series of signs made to get your attention and then advise you to watch for natural wildlife, a pic of an elephant in an urban Canadian city gets your attention…