Pictogram

A few days ago I was in a St. Hubert chicken rotisserie restaurant (don’t ask). I spotted this highly ambiguous pictogram on the wall:

Pictogram

Here’s my explication:

PLEASE WAVE AT THE HANDICAPPED.

Or, if you prefer, how about this dramatic interpretation:

FEMALE: “It’s over! I’m leaving you for the guy in the wheelchair.”

MALE: “No! I’m leaving you for the guy in the wheelchair!

Got a better idea? Leave it in the comments!

13 thoughts on “Pictogram

  1. Martine: danse dans danse danse danse pu! En signe de détresse on branle un peu les fesses… à gauche… à droite… ou! c’est un SOS!

    Hahahaha! Un classique à faire connaître à ton anglo (le mien est habitué déjà…). Ensuite on passera à Vis ta vinaigrette! :-)

  2. Advice yo’ momma may have gave you?

    Shake it, shake, shake it, shake it (OHH OH)
    Shake it, shake it, shake, shake it, shake it, shake it (OHH OH)
    Shake it, shake it like a Polaroid Picture, shake it, shake it
    Shh you got to, shake it, shh shake it, shake it, got to shake it
    (Shake it Suga’) shake it like a Poloroid Picture

  3. “Helllllllooooo handicapped person!! You can pee over here!!!”

    “Nooooo handicapped person, pee over HERE !!!”

    (followed by a stomping foot diagram)

    “QUIT stealing my handicapped people!!!!”

  4. They both have Tourette’s and are gesturing “Please, God, can’t someone bring us a wheelchair? &%#$!@#!?!!”

  5. Clearly, this is the international sign for awkward moments. It’s a guy nestled in a bean bag chair watching two people who are stunned and speechless by the site of their sudden hair loss.

    Even under normal circumstances, there’s not a subtle way to get out of a bean bag chair.

  6. What I wanna know is: Why is the guy is shaking his arm twice as fast as the woman is? You know, now that I write it down, it sounds, um, rude.

  7. Clearly it says “Men say goodbye and go right; women say goodbye and go left; wheelchair users, this is your washroom.” ;-)

  8. What on Earth happened to you? Over two weeks without a post? You’re being twittered away.

  9. Yeah, I’ve been over distracted and undermotivated. I keep coming up with ideas for blog posts, but they’re elaborate and would take like two hours to research and write, and I find myself unable to conjure the desire to do so. Maybe it will come back…

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