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Apart from the box jellyfish, there's also the occasional crocodile to avoid on the walkway.
It's a trap
Hotel in Stockholm
Major selling point.
Franschhoek, South Africa
Bones in the stars
In translation: "Astrology kit - dig out your own dinosaur". I hope they meant Archeology?
Haga Nygata, Gothenburg
No soup for you
I suppose the NYPD does have humor after all.
34th Street, New York
Don't mess with the croc or it will eat you.
As seen on the entrance to the restrooms at a restaurant.
A somewhat odd sign, considering the fact that they have managed to select the only few Star Wars characters that are never armed.
Sci-fi convention, Gothenburg
Who do voodoo
We found this sign near a waterfall, telling people to stay away from the practice of voodoo here.
Chocolate Fish Café in Seatoun, New Zealand
Feed me, Seymour
To feed the wild aligators is another no-no. They could get stomage ache if they eat you.
Stamp of affection
In translation: "Gift from Kreml". Above this toilet seat there was a large framed photograph of the Swedish queen. What would Dan Brown have to say about this?
I would feel a lot more comfortable if they hadn't put those quotation marks around the word "water".
If you had an idea of go swimming 50 feet from the waterfalls in this fast river: don't.
Iguazu Falls, Brazil
Watch for rattlesnakes
Who do you gonna call when Ghostbusters are on their lunch break?
Shot on sight
Pizza the hut
Well, we're all hungry at times.
Market Street, San Francisco
Welcome to Mordor
In translation: "Great shadow". I never imagined Mordor was this green.
The public crook
This is probably the most photographed doorway by Swedes in all of Berlin. Would you buy a video from a place with a sign reading "What a crook"?
Unter den Linden, Berlin
Keep off the wing
In case you were wondering, walking on airplane wings is a big no-no. So try to keep any Twilight Zone monsters off the wing, please.
Somewhere above New Zealand
For some reason I found this sign appealing.
Camden street market, London
Words of the reaper
Somehow I feel that this hooded person is more grim than he looks.
Japanese exhibition, Gothenburg
Really really old skull