More Stupid Signs By Stupid People For Stupid People.

“Fight Against Stupidity And Bureaucracy”


Catering for the lowest common denominator in intelligence can be very frustrating for the rest of us.

But apparently stupidity has reached levels today where stupid people will hurt themselves with things that shouldn’t hurt them, if they had the wit to understand what they were and how use them properly.

Personally I think there is some merit in letting them get on with it and perhaps thereby gradually eliminating chronic stupidity from the gene pool.

In the meantime all we can do is cringe and laugh.

Here are some more.



stupidity is contageous sign


“Not to be used as a personal flotation device.”

On a 6 x 10 inch inflatable picture frame.

 inflatable picture frame



“Do not put in mouth.”

On a box of bottle rockets.

 bottle rockets



“Remove plastic before eating.”

On the wrapper of a Fruit Roll-Up snack.

 Fruit Roll-Up snack



“Not dishwasher safe.”

On a remote control for a TV.

 remote control for a TV



“For lifting purposes only.”

On the box for a car jack.

 car jack



“Do not put lit candles on phone.”

On the instructions for a cordless phone.

 lit candles



“Warning! This is not underwear!

Do not attempt to put in pants.”

On the packaging for a wristwatch.

 packaging for a wristwatch



“Safe for use around pets.”

On a box of Arm & Hammer Cat Litter.

 Arm & Hammer Cat Litter



“No stopping or standing.”

A sign at bus stops everywhere.

 No stopping or standing



“Do not sit under coconut trees.”

A sign on a coconut palm in a

West Palm Beach park circa 1950.

 Do not sit under coconut trees



“These rows reserved for parents with children.”

A sign in a church.

 parents with children



“All cups leaving this store, whether

full or empty, must be paid for.”

A sign in a Cumberland Farms

in Hillsboro, New Hampshire.





Further Fabulously Fascinating Facts From Fasab!

“Fight Against Stupidity And Bureaucracy”


I don’t know what it is about the letter ‘F’ but it seems to lend itself better to alliteration than any of the others – if your blog is called Fasab, that is 🙂 

Anyhow, here we go with another selection of those fabulously fascinating facts.




To manufacture a new car approximately 148,000 liters of water is needed.

 Car Manufacture



In 1985, a pregnant women was falsely accused of shoplifting a basketball



The study of twins is known as gemellology




Dalmatian puppies do not have any spots on them when they are born.

They actually develop them as they get older

dalmatian puppies


At the equator the Earth spins at about 1,038 miles per hour

speed of earth



In World War II, the German submarine U-1206 was sunk by a malfunctioning toilet



As a defense mechanism, the North American Opossum closes its eyes and becomes totally limp.

Basically it plays dead, hence the term ‘playing possum’.

cartoon possum


Approximately 18 billion disposable diapers end up in landfills each year.

These diapers can takes as long as 500 years to finally decompose

disposable diapers


Only one out of every three people wash their hands when leaving a public bathroom

washing hands in toilet


The Eisenhower interstate system requires that one mile in every five must be straight.

These straight sections are usable as airstrips in times of war or other emergencies.

 Eisenhower interstate system



Two objects have struck the earth with enough force to destroy a whole city.

Each object, one in 1908 and again in 1947, struck regions of Siberia.

Not one human being was hurt either time

Tunguska asteroid strike 1908
Tunguska asteroid strike 1908


When Scott Paper Co. first started manufacturing toilet paper

they did not put their name on the product because of embarrassment




Ian Fleming named his character “James Bond” after real-life ornithologist and author



A Canadian, Troy Hurtubise, spent $100,000 and almost went bankrupt

building a RoboCop style suit so that he could withstand a bear attack

Troy Hurtubise bear suit



The big toe is the foot reflexology pressure point for the head




In November 1999, two women were killed by a lightning bolt.

The underwire located in their bras acted as a electrical conductors,

and when the lightning bolt hit the bra they left burn marks on their chest




Average life span of a major league baseball: 7 pitches.

a worn out baseball



Every U.S. bill regardless of denomination costs just 4 cents to make



The average day is actually 23 hours, 56 minutes and 4.09 seconds.

We have a leap year every four years to make up for this shortfall



Approximately 10.5 gallons of water is used in a dishwasher.

Washing the dishes by hand can use up to 20 gallons of water




More Moron Madness For Monday

“Fight Against Stupidity And Bureaucracy”


Crikey! Not only has another Monday arrived with us but now we’re into September, summer is winding down and Autumn beginning. Personally I prefer the Spring time when everything is coming back to life rather than shutting down, but we have to take what we get.

Hope another selection from the quiz show answers archive helps your mood for the beginning of another week.




Q: Name a seafood that comes in a can, besides tuna   

A: Albacore

A: Chicken of the Sea   



Q: Name something worn only by children         

A: Clothes        



Q: The birthday that men dread the most           

A: Their wife’s  



Q: An activity that is both healthy and fun          

A: Sex



Q: Name a kind of bank that doesn’t deal with money    

A: Sperm         



Q: An attraction you see in every parade           

A: Merry-go-round         



Q: Name something you put in empty coffee cans         

A: Spaghetti



Q: Name a reason you might stay inside on a beautiful day        

A: It’s raining    



Q: Name a children’s story about an animal       

A: David and Goliath     



Q: Name a famous woman you wouldn’t want to see wearing a thong     

A: Sally the hippo         



Q: Name something you hear at a New Year’s Eve party 

A: Gunfire

A: A parade



Q: Name a farm animal that people have as a pet          

A: Turkey         



Q: Name something you rent for one day          

A: A stripper     



Q: An occupation where someone wears a robe at work 

A: Prostitute



Q: Name something you associate with the Dallas Cowboys      

A: Cowboy hats



Q: The most lovable breed of dog        

A: Kitten          



Q: Name something associated with Cuba         

A: It’s in South America



Q: Name a character from the movie Aladdin     

A: Jihad



Q: Name a Jewish person that had a great impact on society     

A: Mussolini     



Q: Name a movie with the word “King” in it         

A: King Dracula



Q: Name a measurement of time           

A: Watch



Q: One thing people do to imitate a dog when playing charades 

A: Lift their leg  



Q: An appliance you should definitely keep your fingers out of  

A: Dishwasher  



Q: Name something you think that all drivers, except you, should get a ticket for doing   

A: Driving on the median           



Q: An animal that starts with the letter A 

A: Arachnophobia



Q: Somewhere a man might go after he gets divorced   

A: Go buy a car



Q: Name something celebrities might be embarrassed to endorse on a commercial         

A: Name a douche        



Q: An occupation whose members must get tired of smiling       

A: Game show host      



Q: An Olympic sport starting with ‘S’     

A: Skydiving     



Q: Name something that might be a pizza topping in a horror movie       

A: Feces