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Depending on the creator’s point of view, one of — or, depending on your perspective, the most — crucial element to a sign is clear conveyance of a message.

That message delivered could be as simple as that of a stop sign or as complex as a building-wide mural that may require a few extra seconds (or minutes) to properly grasp its true intentions.

Often, a sign’s message is in the eye of the beholder. And sometimes, that beholder absorbs that message a bit too literally – and occasionally way too literally. Nonetheless, always remember to come to a complete standstill at a stop sign.

This guy gets it.

Not only did this man heed instructions, he went the extra mile with what appears to be a leviathan’s tail emerging from the waters below.

It seemed like an unusual directive, but who says no to love?

True story: The Dude Chilling Park is a sign installation that was originally created as a prank. It has since earned official public art status in Vancouver and inspired the very artful website that is dudechillingpark.com.

Rumor is the driver is seeking cognitive-behavioral therapy for a case of the drive-thru yips.

The temptation was just too strong.

Justice League heroes await their comrade in arms.

He took one for the tandem.

This guy is probably a lawyer.

Not the most accessible smoking area, but that didn’t stop this guy.

It’s what you do after the area gives you paw.

A most appropriate mascot.

A sight that will make for sore eyes.

Except for this.

There’s no predicting today’s fashion trends anymore.

Where one goes to observe one’s navel.

Can you name them all?

17 Signs That People Took Way Too Literally

17 Signs That People Took Way Too Literally

Depending on the creator’s point of view, one of — or, depending on your perspective, the most — crucial element to a sign is clear conveyance of a message.

That message delivered could be as simple as that of a stop sign or as complex as a building-wide mural that may require a few extra seconds (or minutes) to properly grasp its true intentions.

Often, a sign’s message is in the eye of the beholder. And sometimes, that beholder absorbs that message a bit too literally – and occasionally way too literally. Nonetheless, always remember to come to a complete standstill at a stop sign.