Here is not – repeat, not a dog pasture…

Here is not – repeat, not a dog pasture…

posted on 31 Aug 2011 in Instructions, Signs


Photo courtesy of Clayton Colburn.
Sign found outside of Yoyogi Park, Tokyo.

“Fn” likely meant as ‘fun’ (pronounced ‘foon’) meaning dog poop.

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Seventy2rd o clock
Seventy2rd o clock
9 years ago

”You! Yes, you, animal of the dog!”

JohnZ
JohnZ
9 years ago

I’m talking to you, animal of you, don’t take home to home without bearing in mind sanitary in public domain places or I’ll scary hate you! One also comes!

jjhitt
jjhitt
9 years ago

“the trouble should not hang to the other”.
That’s a common problem with dogs.

Seventy2rd o clock
Seventy2rd o clock
9 years ago

Please defend following of the dog, etc.:

– do not allow for a scary hated one to come to the lovely pet for you
– do not allow for a dog etc. to graze upon the pasture
– take a dog etc. from home to home without throwing it away
– dispose of Fn
– …use..

Algernon
Algernon
9 years ago

Soo if it needs to pee what do I do

jjhitt
jjhitt
9 years ago

Even though the expression “public domain” is correctly used, it’s still nice to know there are some things you (or your dog) can do without having to click through a EULA and TOS agreement.

DrZos
DrZos
9 years ago

Math majors are so annoying… they dispose all their Fn at the park 😉

Seventy2rd o clock
Seventy2rd o clock
9 years ago

Even a half-sane ‘animal of the dog’ owner wouldn’t even think about going to THAT park.

jjhitt
jjhitt
9 years ago

“Throwing it away to the restroom” — sort of like Frisbee Golf, only different..

DrZos
DrZos
9 years ago

This is Chuck Norris, your park ranger speaking.
You owner, the animal of the dog. Defend the following instructions so troubles do not hang to the another, otherwise I will roundkick your a** and comes a feeling that is scary hated one also comes.
Oh, and don’t take home to home either!!!

Jazzy
Jazzy
9 years ago

“Are we having Fn yet?”

jjhitt
jjhitt
9 years ago

If Foon is dog poop, I do not want to know what Spork is.

Eccekio
Eccekio
9 years ago

This is all as obvious a dog’s balls on a cat.

mickeygreeneyes
mickeygreeneyes
9 years ago

It bears it in mind sanitary in the park . . . or it gets the hose — AGAIN! How many times do I have to TELL you this?

Kitsune
Kitsune
9 years ago

Please defend? Is a kung fu fight likely to break out at any minute?

mickeygreeneyes
mickeygreeneyes
9 years ago

Hmm, let’s see. Scary hated one. Your choice: a. Donald Trump b. Gaddafi c. Warren Jeffs d. Chucky

Eccekio
Eccekio
9 years ago

I animal of the dog will crap in the rubbish bin of the park pee on shoe of Ranger of park cork the leg of person and hang to the other if I feel like it. Teeth of mouth of hated one shall bite on hand that follows of resisting.

Eccekio
Eccekio
9 years ago

More cute smiling puppies. WHERE’S MY HATCHET?

Eccekio
Eccekio
9 years ago

Q. What is the difference between a Cockney barrow-boy and a Dachshound

A. A Cockney barrow-boy bawls out his wares on the paement.

emily
emily
9 years ago

I followed your instruction in not throwing away the Fn but took it from home to home….. but nobody was willing to accept it!

Eccekio
Eccekio
9 years ago

While strolling in Yoyogi-koen,
When no one could see where I was goin’,
I crapped on the grass an the bins in the dark,
And all of the seats for a lark,
For in th gloom none could see what i ”s doin’.

Jbong0
Jbong0
9 years ago

I think this sign was written by a dog.

Peter Chan
Peter Chan
9 years ago

I pass . . . I’d rather read the Japanese text than the Gibberengrish (!!)

Eccekio
Eccekio
9 years ago

@Ktisune. A Dung Fn fight?

Michael
Michael
9 years ago

It’s not much fun in the park, what with Park Ranger Etcetera giving me Fn for not following his instructions.

Seventy2rd o clock
Seventy2rd o clock
9 years ago

WARNING: Dispose or have Fn.

Dale E
Dale E
9 years ago

I think it’s sweet when a dog wags his tail, but I find it absolutely insufferable, though, when he wags his finger.

DragonLady
DragonLady
9 years ago

Yes, many good yocks to be had here, but I really find endearing the picture of doggies put out to pasture amid the cows.

$teve
$teve
9 years ago

No, I’m fine. I already pastured.

RT
RT
9 years ago

I AM THE DEFENDER OF THE RULES! BEHOLD MY DRAGROPE OF JUSTICE!

coffeebot
9 years ago

Try making a cat stroll.

iLock
iLock
9 years ago

…use… less confusion

Aglovale1
8 years ago

I dont think the dog needs to go poop if you had to use a dragrope to get them to the park.

Lalilu
Lalilu
8 years ago

When it says ‘defend’ it actually means ‘observe’ or ‘follow’ (the rules etc) since the word 守る has both these meanings. That pasture bit was poorly translated. Its supposed to mean something like ‘don’t let your dog run free around the park’ since 放し飼い means letting (a dog) run free but it also means grazing or pasturing.

89sdaf64
89sdaf64
8 years ago

^Part of what’s so frustrating though is that in Tokyo in particular there are tons of people who could have fixed this. The people who made it just didn’t care.

Julie
Julie
8 years ago

Actually, you can lead a dog to Yoyogi-koen, but you can’t make him stroll.

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