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Did you eat the pasta? I know I wouldn't :-)
It was the pasta dishes I felt compelled to steer clear of! LOL (like a silly child)
I don't speak Spanish, but I sure would not have eaten any pastry in that hotel. I think Pdevredis and I understood it in the same way :D
I'm afraid to say what I would have thought that Mexican sign meant...! :-D
At a Mexican hotel, I saw a sign that said, "Favor de no pisar al pasto." It meant the same thing as the sign above.......and was right in the middle of some dirt. I still giggle childishly over that one!
Law abiding citizens don't walk on the grass if it's asked politely... My my my, I'm the only one who can read signs, I guess :-)
Maybe there USED to be grass there - - before all the walking! And the sign is leftover! LOL
It certainly is an eyecatcher for people passing by. Bet it'll make them smile. Whoever placed it there did a good deed. Making someone smile is making someone happy, even if it is for a brief moment.
I just think that someone had a great sense of humor!
Or it is the soccer field of dwarfs.It's okay to smile, as long as you keep off the grass. Good thing I'm keeping watch to see if nobody gets on it. And now I have to mow the lawn. It'll tak me about.... hmmmm a second or so. Busy day it'll be...
Perhaps that little patch is a rare, endangered species of grass - or perhaps the sign was placed in an illiterate zone - or . . . (I think that's all the ors I have this morning) Funny picture - thanks for the smile
I didn't say you were one... you asked 'who' reads signs. But now the world knows on which side of the law you are :-)))
Who said I was
law abiding citizens do :-)
So who reads signs
Lightly or not... do not walk on the grass. They even said 'please'. :-)
You can almost see it. Will step lightly.
Glad you like it, Treker :-)