This page is dedicated to humorous signs, including fake ads, Hebrew signs, and miscellany.Similar Content that is not mine is on the "Not mine" page.
This one begins with the time the Yeshiva had new doors put on. They told the
guy to paint a design. He made 2 huge exclamation points. They were begging to
be made fun of. One day during Maariv, the right way to do so hit me, and
I just started laughing during Shemonah Esray- best ideas always come
then don't they...
Absolut Forest Hills.
I thought that the stick figure symbol on the bathroom door should be
modified for Purim.
This is the standard sign I use for the 2nd night Purim Chagigah. It's PDF.
In the old building, there was a stick figure male symbol on the men's
restroom, a stick figure female symbol on the ladies' restroom, but nothing on
the Hanhala restroom. I thought they could use a symbol of their own.
I saw a goyishe Mastercard parody, and set my working on a Purim
Mastercard idea I could use. I gave the picture 2 motion blurs in 2 different
directions and darkened it to look more Purim-like.Yup, PDF.
This is my standard Purim Seudah sign. It's PDF.
The Simcha guidelines were published in the paper 4 days after last
year's Purim, too late to do something with them last year, and way too early
for this year. Worse yet, the " This wedding adheres to the guideline" logo
doesn't appear in ads anymore. But why waste a good parody just because people
may not get it?
Simcha Guidelines logo for Purim
Here is a second version. the difference is technical. Some may like the way this one looks more. 2nd version
Here it is- the new Absolut RSA. As soon as I saw the building, I knew that "B'shvili nivra ha'olam"! Absolut RSA
I nailed this off the Internet 5 years ago or so, made a few changes,
and claim it as my own now...
The Coffee Psalm