Baby on board...

Discussion in 'U.K.' started by Xiola, Jun 3, 2004.

  1. Xiola

    Xiola One Lonely Seagull

    Does anyone actually know what these signs are for?
     
  2. ArtLoveMusic

    ArtLoveMusic Senior Member

    so you know which cars to aim for
     
  3. showmet

    showmet olen tomppeli

    Nice one! :D;)
     
  4. kier

    kier I R Baboon

    so you can honk your horn and see if it's sleeping?


    mwa ha ha ha...hehehe :p
     
  5. JOsie

    JOsie Member

    because "me and my wife have had sex at least once" didn't look right...
     
  6. LMAO!!! :D

    Damn there are some witty people on this board. No wonder why I come here.

    I was going to put a sarcastic response, but now I realize I can't top yours. So why try? Lol.

    Good one.
     
  7. Whoever invented these signs should be drug out into the street and shot.

    These are so stupid: "Well Velma I was about to crash into that car for fun but there's one of those signs, so let's crash into one without the sign! Muahahaha!"

    Stupid, stupid signs. Who cares if there's a baby on board? What does that mean?

    Should we drive slower? Not honk our horns? Make way for the holy person with a baby? Whatever.
     
  8. butterfly

    butterfly Member

    In a crash the rescue crews know to check for a baby in the wreckage?
     
  9. ArtLoveMusic

    ArtLoveMusic Senior Member

    lol except half the time there isnt even a baby in there, they'd be there for hours before the parents finaly woke up from thei concussed state and said "oh yea that signs quite old now baby marks in university"
     
  10. butterfly

    butterfly Member

    Yeah, that's what I thought. I don't really know what it's there for, I guess it's just to try and make people drive more carefully around them, though I don't think there's anything that will do that. Whenever I see one I just think of that song in the Simpson's.....
     
  11. JOsie

    JOsie Member

    by the way..who is burt ward?
     

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