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Sponsored post: Let comedy traffic sign relax you

Lizard CrossingWhen will a ‘Lizards crossing’ sign appear on our roads?

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A terrible commute into work can mean a ruined day at the office. The trials and tribulations of your trip in can really have an effect on your mood and if you’re consistently having a nightmare getting in, stressful days ahead are a sure thing. However there are ways to make the journey to your job a little less frustrating. The obvious one: invest in a new car. Keep an eye on the latest new car deals on offer to get something more comfortable for your commute, like something from the Cooper MINI collection. Nothing beats the ‘new car’ smell to put a smile of your face on a dull day.

If your budget won’t stretch to a brand new motor, then simply take to staring out the window, there are everyday elements of your commute that are guaranteed to lift your mood, like comedy traffic sign, so keep your eyes peeled for something similar to one of the following side splitters to help turn your frown upside down…

Celine Dion Crossing. Picture courtesy of Ultimateguitar.comOh no!

Blatantly inaccurate information: these baffling signs can be seen wherever you’re trying to get to. Whether its signs positioned next to each other giving you completely conflicting information or it’s the broken sign on the motorway where half the wording has failed to illuminate. One way traffic signs that point in both directions are also a favourite as are weather-worn signs that seem to point straight up.

Toad trouble: it might be puerile, but happening upon the hazard sign depicting our favourite hopping friend can often end in fits of laughter. We all know deep down they are there to protect frogs and toads from careless cars but if you’re travelling with a particularly gullible companion, it’s great to try and convince them that there’s a toad-shaped threat just up ahead! Other favourites include ‘Mind the moose’, ‘Falling rocks’ has suddenly taken a whole different meaning in these asteroid-filled days, and of course all the tampered with signs out there (see above)…

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