Photo courtesy of A.N.
Found in Yuyuan Garden in Shanghai.
It’s down road.
I agree. It makes your Violin all messy.
If you do, the local police will shanghai you for the chain-gang.
Or for organ donations. That way you will live on, just in separate geographic locations.
Do it on the chorus.
“He’s fallen in the water!”
-from the Goon Show.
This bridge doesn’t flush.
Well, up your nose, then.
“That water sure is cold.”
“And deep too.”
A bridge over troubled waters.
@DnT, 5.01 am:
– ….and now for something completely different – a man with a bridge up his nose.
Liar. That sign IS on the bridge.
The original sign was too long.
This sign is an a-bridge-ment of the original.
Because it’s TOO FAR, Field Marshal Montgomery!
@Running Comment | 6:06 am: Different? But every human nose has a bridge.
@DnT 0113 . But he could be a Civil Engineer, with all his knows in a bridge.
Dave’s not here.
The true meaning of the Chinese text is just as puzzling. It says: “this is not the direction to go up the bridge”. I guess it’s a way to keep the sign-makers busy after all useful signs are done.
Maybe this garden uses inverse logic. To find your way, find the road that does not have a sign saying it’s the wrong way.
Shall we do it in the troubled water?