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Re: Do NOT ride at night - health warning

Posted: 19 Apr 2010, 2:09pm
by rbrian
Crazy has always worked for me. When I was a 60kg 17 year old who shouldn't even have been in a pub, I spilled someone's pint - he could have been a bouncer, or a heavyweight boxer, could quite easily have torn me limb from limb, and would have been well within his rights to demand reparation - but he caught the look in my eye and apologised to me! Ever since then, I have cultivated crazy. That may be why I live alone. :roll:

Re: Do NOT ride at night - health warning

Posted: 19 Apr 2010, 3:48pm
by crossroads
Those road signs that say "tiredness can kill" always make me worry, when I am in bed at night feeling tired............ :shock:



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Re: Do NOT ride at night - health warning

Posted: 19 Apr 2010, 7:09pm
by basingstoke123
A couple of the more memorable warnings that I've seen:

On the door of a hotel gym: "do not use if unfit".

And in Mexico a warning sign next to a small cliff (a couple meters high) where you could safely dive into the sea. The sign gave several reasons not to dive in, the final one being 'if you can't swim'.

Re: Do NOT ride at night - health warning

Posted: 19 Apr 2010, 7:44pm
by drsquirrel
basingstoke123 wrote:A couple of the more memorable warnings that I've seen:

On the door of a hotel gym: "do not use if unfit".

And in Mexico a warning sign next to a small cliff (a couple meters high) where you could safely dive into the sea. The sign gave several reasons not to dive in, the final one being 'if you can't swim'.


Maybe it meant to read "Do not use if you're not fit" (as in the poor modern slang, fit).

Was the first "If you're a chicken" ?