Was that a trigonometry joke? It was.
More scenic photos from Thailand coming soon, but in the meantime this. Thailand, for some reason, presented far more interesting and/or hilarious signs than other places we’ve been. Here, then, is a sample.
What I like about this one is the icon form of the person juxtaposed with the exquisite detail in which the railing—is that a balustrade?—is rendered.
Hester Prynne thanks you. (Ba-dum dum!)
Not clear what the threat level is with Thai pickpocket gangs, but the foreign ones are apparently worthy of special notice.
The fourth icon is priceless.
I don’t think Mister Poulet would look so cheerful if he knew what his future held.
Seen near a ferry dock on the Chao Phraya River in Bangkok. Its irritated tone suggests that it’s reacting to some kind of annoying tourist behavior, but neither its location nor any in-the-field observation suggested what that behavior might be.
In the Phitsanulok airport.
The toilets struck me as no more cheerful than others I’ve encountered, but we didn’t have a super-long conversation about it.
A Buddhist maxim, I believe.
Phitsanulok airport, Nok Air check-in counter. If you’ve ever smelled durian, you understand.
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