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4/4/12

Wordless Wednesday: A Message from the Idaho Falls Board of Tourism

Spotted in Idaho Falls, along the Yellowstone Highway:


I'm sorry, I'd love to respect this sign's wishes... but then I wouldn't have a blog, would I?
Please Share it! :)

23 witty retorts:

Mynx said...

Oh that is funny. Is that a real sign? Really?

Brandon Lostinidaho said...

It's really real...

Chris Bird said...

That there is a thing of beauty. I do love Idaho.

Bart said...

that title is brilliant! totally beats my title for the day, as I was left with no words or imagination this morning.

Zombie said...

that just makes me want to laugh at them even more! lol.

CrazyTragicAlmostMagic said...

It's a warning huh? Well I laughed. Now what??

Bozo said...

lol :-p brilliant sign.

Sweety Darlin said...

Okay so I think it would have been even funnier if it said.......

Warning Tourists! Don't FEED the natives!

Because let's be honest here they might bite and infect you with mormonism. LOL

www.sweetydarlin.blogspot.com

Adsila said...

What will they do? Fine us? Kick us out of Idaho? Haha, too funny!

meandmythinkingcap said...

Idaho is famous for what? Mormon temple? I think they should find a new catch slogan to attract tourists.
Las Vegas- Casinos
New york - Ellis Island and statue of liberty
Florida and California - Disneyland, Disneyworld
Hawaii- Beach
Idaho - Land of weird signs

Brea said...

You live there, you might not be a native, bu tyou are not a tourist either.

To be honest, I prefer the bumper stickers I see all over here in Coeur d'Alene "If it's called tourist season, why can't we shoot them?"

Brandon Lostinidaho said...

@Brea: Bumper stickers are awesome. One you see often in Southern Idaho and a lot of Montana is "I BUY LOCAL." Yet, you see it on Hondas, Toyotas, Volkswagens.... *cough*

Leon Kennedy said...

"don't laugh, pity them"

G said...

I think this kind of warning sign needs to be erected around my home city...the natives here are downright dangerous

Steve Bailey said...

But its o.k. to feed them?

Brandon Lostinidaho said...

...not after midnight...

Crack You Whip said...

I need that sign for my front yard.

Al Penwasser said...

I'd write a sitcom.
Or a blog.
Oh, wait, you got that taken care of.
Carry on.

Vinny C said...

Obviously if there's a natives-being-laughed-at problem, they should address it at the source and not expect too much of the visitors.

E said...

Idaho is actually famous for
Famous Potatoes. Saw the huge truck yesterday.
and its called The Gem State. Seriously how did we end up with a Raptor on our Quarter?

I love that sign. It is my absolute fave. I actually designed a t-shirt around that once. Had the sign on the front and on the back was a kid that got beat up saying "I laughed" as an explanation.

There used to be a sign in Ririe that said "Just when you thought you were lost, smile! You're in Ririe, Idaho. It's one of the towns it's impossible to be lost in - it has about three streets. My husband did get lost, but he had a brain injury.

Hey Monkey Butt said...

It's funny, I read in the local newspaper today that a man in Idaho was arrested for falsly identifying himself. Yea he had his last name tattooed on his arm, in plain site of the cop and thought it a good idea to use another name. tee hee... :) Good stuff.

Emme Rogers @ Roamancing said...

Best Tourism Sign ever!

Anonymous said...

Idaho's famous for a lot...the Grand Tetons, for example. And not everyone in Idaho is Mormon

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