Funny No Swimming Signs
Funny No Swimming Signs
Will and Guy have a diverse collection of funny 'No Swimming' signs. We also have funny notices relating to animals.
- Funny No Swimming Signs
- We Have the 'Hat Trick' No Swimming, Bikes or Dogs
- Classic No Signs Allowed
- Funny Animal No Feeding Signs
- No Gorillas?
- If All Else Fails the Animals Eat the Sign!
- Warning! Alligators Can be Dangerous!
Swimming Notice - No Smoking Underwater!
Which of this pair is the more ridiculous!
Which race is never run?
A swimming race.
No Swimming - One for the Ducks
A Maritime Variation on the Funny No Parking Sign
No Spitting! A Long Time Before You Could Launch That Boat!
When I was a child, I swam at a pool that had the sign: Welcome to our _OOL. Notice there is no "P" in it. We'd like to keep it that way!
Will and Guy hope that amongst these 'No xyz permitted' there is something for everyone.
Don't Feed Fingers To The Animals
(How about toes?)
Keep Swimming: An Optimist's View
Two frogs fell into a deep cream bowl. One was an optimistic soul.
But the other took the gloomy view.
'We'll drown,' he lamented without much ado,
and with a last despairing cry,
he flung up his legs and said 'Goodbye.'
Quote the other frog with a steadfast grin,
'I can't get out but I won't give in,
I'll just swim around till my strength is spent,
then I'll die the more content.'
Bravely he swam to work his scheme,
and his struggles began to churn the cream.
The more he swam, his legs a flutter,
the more the cream turned into butter.
On top of the butter at last he stopped,
and out of the bowl he gaily hopped.
What is the moral?
It's easily found........If you can't hop out, keep swimming around.
If you see someone DROWNING lol.
Will and Guy think someone should think again about this sign. Clearly laughing out loud (lol) is not appropriate here.
Feeding or Molesting Alligators is Prohibited .... as if you needed telling!
Swimming with Gators
Charlie, the Chief executive officer of Norton Group, throws a party and takes the partygoers on a tour of his opulent mansion. At the rear of the property, Charlie has the largest swimming pool any of them has ever seen.
The huge pool, however, is filled with hungry alligators.
Charlie speaks to his juniors, 'I think an executive should be measured by courage. Courage is what made me CEO. So this is my challenge to each of you: if anyone has enough courage to dive into the pool, swim through those alligators, and make it to the other side, I will give that person anything they desire. My job, my money, my house, anything!'
Everyone laughs at the outrageous offer and proceeds to follow Charlie on the tour of the estate. Suddenly, they hear a loud splash. Everyone turns around and sees Ben, the DF [Director of Finance] in the pool, swimming for his life. Ben dodges the alligators left and right and makes it to the edge of the pool with seconds to spare. He pulls himself out just as a huge alligator snaps at his shoes.
Flabbergasted, Charlie approaches Ben and splutters, 'You are amazing. I've never seen anything like it in my life. You are brave beyond measure and anything I own is yours. Tell me what I can do for you.'
Ben, exhausted and panting for breath, looks up and says, 'You can tell me who the hell pushed me in the pool!'
Please no smoking, food, drink, or gorillas? What is permitted here?
A gorilla was walking through the jungle when he came across a deer eating grass in a clearing. The gorilla roared, 'Who is the king of the jungle?' and the deer replied, 'Oh, you are, Master.'
The gorilla walked off pleased. Soon he came across a zebra drinking at a water hole. The gorilla roared, 'Who is the king of the jungle?' and the zebra replied, 'Oh, you are, Master.'
The gorilla walked off pleased. Then he came across an elephant. 'Who is the king of the jungle?' he roared. With that, the elephant threw the gorilla across a tree and jumped on him.
The gorilla scraped himself up off the ground and said, 'Okay, okay, there's no need to get mad just because you don't know the answer.'
Zoologist keen to cool off in the recent South African heat was joined by an unlikely swimming partner: a giant lioness.
Zoologist, Kevin Richardson, swims with Meg the lion in the Crocodile River just south of the Magaliesburg mountains, close to Johannesburg in South Africa.
Animal behaviourist Kevin Richardson raises and interacts some of the most dangerous animals known to man. Using unusual methods, he has developed some exceptionally personal bonds with his students, playing, sleeping and even swimming with animals. Taking a well deserved swim in the Crocodile River, just south of the Magaliesburg mountains, Mr Richardson, 34, was joined by Meg the lioness. Weighing a staggering 185 kg this boisterous tawny lioness playfully splashed around with the experienced behaviourist.
Please send us your funny 'No Swimming' signs.