i would never want to drive in central amsterdam! yikes!
A bit confused.... but I love the design of the signage!
Who says that sign language is international?!
LOL, so true!!! This really made me chuckle this morning, thanks luv!
Yeah, nice picture and sooooooooo true...Each time I went I amsterdam (one of my favorite city in the wooooooorld) I almost die.Killed by tramway or bicycles... NO, no, I don't want to drive there...!-)))(yes, my english is bad)
hmm. take the middle path?
Oh !!! it make us crazy !!! Thanks for your comments Ninja !!! I appreciate ; )
try it on a bike with a 5 year old on the back at about -1 and a thin layer of ice everywhere . . . yep now we're livin'!
5 year old, 5 year old... who is it I know with a 5 year old attached to his/her back? nah, doesn't ring a bell and you would think I'd remember...
Haha! Is that for real?
My 19 year old daughter is taking her drivers test on Monday. I hope none of the signs on her test are that confusing! Do the side columns mean "don't drive over the bicyclists and the pedestrians"?
Ha! Good one clever ninja!!!
hahahahah! me encantaría que mi ciudad fuera menos motorizada y hubiese más y más bicicletas!
Ha ha !!!A sunshine awardfor you, super driver !! 7 blogs you like ! Do you want to do it ?Have a nice day !
OOOOOOh il like your blog and your picture ! thank you !
No obligation ;) I don't really like to play, but I reaaly like my blogfriends.Q.E.D. 8)
Ha! Freaking fabulous!
oh that strikes me as being very dutch! am i allowed to say that?
Ah Ah !Not that easy !
Ha, ha. Too true.
:-) A good luck seems to be needed.Happy weekend!
??...j'ai rien compris !
oh my god, that is so confusing! i would implode right on the spot. this totally reminds me of a sign configuration i saw last year in washington dc that required a fucking PhD to decipher!
Oh I'll need all the luck. that is one confusing sign!!
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH!!!!!!!!!:) :) :) :) :) :) :) :):) :)
There, now you know why I absolutely hated driving in Adam.
I'm still laughing....
you make me smile =)
what's that I hear (read rather)?