Last Call- Slow Children Edition


Now that’s a road sign to which I’d likely pay attention.
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  1. lilwillie Avatar

    I hate explosives with a slow fuse.

  2. tenbeers Avatar

    Shouldn't that read "Road Closed"?
    /Brian Regan

  3. Alff Avatar

    booooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooom.

  4. CptSevere Avatar

    A mine is a terrible thing to waste.

    1. lilwillie Avatar

      Ba-dom, he will be here all night folks, try the veil.

  5. Tomsk Avatar

    Right, because standing on the trigger for extended periods is how you keep 'em from going kerblamo.

  6. dragon951 Avatar

    Nah, they are safe cause they run really fast.

  7. dmilligan Avatar

    Slow minefields aren't so bad, it's the fast minefields that will get you.

  8. Tomsk Avatar

    Right, because standing on the trigger for extended periods is how you keep 'em from going kerblamo.

  9. rikadyn Avatar

    As opposed to a fast minefield…

  10. coupeZ600 Avatar

    If you keep it in first and feather the clutch a bit…..and just eaaaase over it, you should be fine….

  11. RedBaron89 Avatar

    How do they know the mines are slow? Do they give them an aptitude test and all the mines that dont pass get put to work in the slow minefield?

    1. CptSevere Avatar

      Yes, of course. They are SPECIAL mines. They only go off when the short bus rolls over them.

  12. BPR Avatar
    BPR

    What does the next sign say? No Shoulder?

  13. Mr_Biggles Avatar
    Mr_Biggles

    Must be in the Falklands and not the UK itself. Was there once. I donated $10 to the Limbless Soldier's Fund. In return I got a "Danger Minefield" sign to take home and put on my wall along with a certificate saying that it was given to me by the EOD. Without the certificate they told me I could be charged with attempted murder just by carrying it around as the assumption would be that I took it from an actual minefield. Interesting place. Other than the usual reasons, the war was kind of a shame as some of their best beaches and bits of coastline are unsafe to visit because of the mines.

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