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Sign Language: Funny signs from the road


Connie Haeder photographed this sign on westbound Interstate 90 in South Dakota between Sioux Falls and Mitchell. (Connie Haeder)

Connie Haeder of Arlington shot this homophone-plagued sign last June on westbound Interstate 90 in South Dakota between Sioux Falls and Mitchell. It “has been in the same location for years and still stands today,” Haeder says. “I always look forward to seeing it each time I drive home from Arlington to Rapid City. Across those long, barren stretches of interstate it’s good to know that one can get a pedicure at any hour of the day or night!”

Seen an amusing sign in your travels? Read on.

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