|The world's most awesome animal crossing|
|Come on, people! Penguins need privacy too!|
|Seriously. There's a fur seal army over there, and they don't like the look of you|
|Are you a train?! Yeah, I didn't think so. Get outta here!|
|Is it wrong that this makes me giggle? |
Is it wrong that I kind of want to see someone do this?
|Well...I mean, don't sugarcoat it or anything.|
|One light for cars, one for people, one for bikes!|
|Not messin' around about the tired drivers stuff.|
|A little reminder for all of us dopey tourists used to driving on the right side!|
|Oh, by the way, you might fall to your death down an unmarked mining shaft. |
No big deal.
|Oh, and this is an avalanche zone,|
so if the unmarked mineshafts didn't kill you, this might.
I'm not sure what this next one was all about, but we saw these signs along a lot of hiking trails in New Zealand. It seemed to be something of a hot-button issue in the country, because we also saw huge signs in people's yards about how chemicals were destroying some of New Zealand's countryside. I don't understand the issues behind it, but the signs sure were intimidating!
|We were extra careful not to munch on any random animal carcasses|
They seem to do "blunt" pretty well in New Zealand:
|Givin' it to you straight|
|The giant crocodile tears really drive the point home|
See, didn't I tell you that New Zealand is jam-packed with some of the most fantastic signs ever?!