Funny Irish Road Signs Found in Ireland

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A candidate for the best sign ever! (love the parachute guy)

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Spotted outside a lunchtime Restaurant in Dublin

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Someone had too much time on their hands

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Political Poster not quite up to the job

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County Leitrim. We agree – dont shoot tourists

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Dont stand on… something ??

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100KM on this road/dirt-track! Please disobey this road sign

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Dont walk on the water? Good advice!

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You wait there. I’ll be out in a minute

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Typical Tourist Town Blarney

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Help!

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It’s not easy being a sheep in Ireland

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The Irish entrepreneurial spirit in action

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Kids will love this one

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Someone got busy with Photoshop!

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Love’s Young Dream

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Here is a DIY building situation that certainly does need a few warning signs!

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No Latte or other Fancy Coffee!

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Who says the European Union does not have a sense of humor!

Funny Irish Sign
Some things in Ireland are free!

Funny Irish Sign
Someone in this Church is taking things a bit literally

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A Dublin Church at Booterstown gets with the times.

Funny Irish Sign
The Russian community in Ireland is very active!

Funny Irish Sign
All together now: “….you cant touch this…”

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Cant imagine why this Chinese Restaurant in Dublin went out of business.

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Another musical one – sing this to the tune of ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ by Queen.

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Creepy looking ‘kids crossing’ sign – must have been Halloween.

Funny Irish Sign
You get fined more if you dont have the exact amount! Make sure you have the 74 cents!

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The sudden arrival of Summer causes consternation and panic among Irish citizenry.

Funny Irish Sign
Anyone who has a brother or sister can relate.
‘I wouldn’t do it again’ …..brilliant!

by Michael Green
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Michael Green Michael Green is Manager of The Information about Ireland Site

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