Beware: Loch Ness Monster on Road

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    1. mmmoose 77 months ago | reply

      Looks perfectly normal to me. Every city has its own rock serpent, to liven up those long boring mountain trips.

    2. alexxxlizama 77 months ago | reply

      hungry dragon, you can eat here...

    3. zippythesimshead 77 months ago | reply

      "Nessie" (the Loch Ness monster) is helping ease traffic congestion!

      Hooray!

    4. turtlemom4bacon 77 months ago | reply

      this sign is a riot!

      This photograph was seen in the 1-2-3 Signs group, www.flickr.com/groups/123signs

    5. Eve.M 77 months ago | reply

      It's GOT to be Nessie, what else could it be??

    6. kuddlyteddybear2004 77 months ago | reply

      Nessie has a preference for Toyota's...

    7. mattpa 77 months ago | reply

      The road by Loch Ness has never been that dry in human memory! Nessie must be on holiday somewhere hot and got a little hungry

    8. roobenhawk 76 months ago | reply

      Be careful, while feeding monster, car may hit you.

    9. David Cowie 75 months ago | reply

      Can't be the Loch Ness monster - we don't use diamond signs in the UK. Must be a dragon.
      --
      Seen in street signs (?)

    10. _barb_ 70 months ago | reply

      On the outside they are crunchy, but on the inside nice and juicy.

    11. froggyboggler 70 months ago | reply

      Oakland, California has now officially named the Lake Merritt Monster, "Merrittzilla." (Not the greatet name.) We could use a sign like this!

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