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Donny Dave

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Now, can anyone guess what they mean? (Before you suggest anything, it's not the obvious. ;) )

EDIT - Re-worded slightly.
 
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:lol: :lol: you really think someone will make sense of them after thinking what we're all thinking when we look at that! :lol: :lol:
 

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Some signmaker has a sense of humour.

Lucky we have the EU approve signs.
 

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Anyway, the answers are.

People with the following have priorty for seats.

1. Person with an injured arm
2. Parent and Child
3. Pregnant woman
4. Person with an injured leg
 

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60006 Scunthorpe Ironmaster said:
Anyway, the answers are.

People with the following have priorty for seats.

1. Person with an injured arm
2. Parent and Child
3. Pregnant woman
4. Person with an injured leg

Quite random! :p What abut people will soar heads, or soar hands, or even soar...(let's not go there)....? :p ;)
 
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Tut tut!!!

hmm.... ive actually seen those signes in person...... i have to admit i laughed alot... and then was knocked over my a very small person who appologised to much and bought me some food... i later found out it was my grans best friend ^^
 
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