Fantastic photos and signs. I am intrigued the chien lunatique :-) Dciane
Great Blog - very inspiring! Thanks for sharing.
Great stuff! I love the Chien Lunatique as well, and the No trumpet sign.The Wanderfull Traveler
These are the best signs!! I'm partial to the organic orgasmic sign. :)
Those are great! I love the "no trumpets or trumpeting?" sign. That is oddly specific! And also the I ___Paris. Is that a crab? An alien? At any rate, I really enjoyed seeing them.
i don't think we yanks really knew that there was such a word as hamburgueseria linked to our national dish!the piggy sign was good too! "je suis delicieux...."
Fabulous. You may want to block this but one of my all time favorites is a restaurant sign in Toulouse - Le Hardi Coq. You can google it with images.Quebec Cheesehound
I love the Chien Lunatique sign. I have known some of them.
I LOVE these!
Hilarious! Thank you for the giggle. These are all very funny, but the dancing pig was my favorite. He's laughing all the way to the abbatoir!
Sooo Funny!! Loved them all, but especially the no trumpet, what a place to live!
DianeI love that one too! It was taken in Mougins. BohemiaYou're welcome and thanks for stopping by.MurissaIsn't that 'no trumpet' sign funny? I took that in Romania a couple of years ago.
MaureenOne of the best names of a restaurant, ever! :)SharonIt is a Space Invader. Apparently there's an artist in Paris who has left little Space Invader mosaics all over the city. Mlle ParadisThat sign, taken in Spain, was so incongruous! My friends thought I was crazy for taking it, but I just couldn't resist.
Quebec CheesehoundlolThat is hilarious! Must look it up.CindyMe too! Our friends gave us one of those little signs once that says "Nice Dog, Crazy Owner." :)LisaMerci!AnnI love that pig too! It is still there, on our local butcher's window. He has now added a lamb as well. lolA Trifle RushedI think that is a great sign too!
Love the head - to - tail pig...There all great!
Nice post ! Some signs are really funny.And to clarify some puzzled readers - the "no trumpet" actually means "no honking", it's usually around hospitals or health facilities.
katieI love that one too. It makes me smile every time I see it!AnonAre you sure? I thought it was a ban on people playing live music in the square...
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