Discussion in 'Just For Fun!' started by tirediron, Feb 28, 2016.
Nice, it's even harder when you don't look at the sign.
It was hard to see because of the smoke ...
That's when they realized that hiring Madge as security to keep people from smoking in that area may not have been the best idea after all.
When I visited southern Turkey many years ago, I became convinced the "No Smoking" signs were really meant to show where the ashtrays were.
I remember the same thing when I visited Italy some years ago.
I suspect that the NO Smoking actually applied to the area BEHIND the doors.
Nope... all public buildings are smoke-free in BC, and there's a 25' no-smoking zone around all doors, windows and air-inlets.
A bit harsh, eh?
Not unless they outline the 50 ft area around the building with a red line and open fire the second you cross it with a cigarette in hand. Lol
The non-smokers don't mind a bit!
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