When owning a business it’s always worth trying to grab your customer’s attention by standing out from the crowd.
But it seems some businesses may have gone a step too far in a bid to beat their competition.
These cheeky signs from businesses from around the world will have you doing a double take.
From ‘Poo-ping Palace’ in Thailand, to a sign for a Kid’s Exchange which could be easily misconstrued, these signs will leave you scratching your head to ask, what exactly were the business owners thinking?
Businesses from around the world, have been capturing the imagination of passersby with their cheeky and hilarious signs (pictured, a Kids Exchange, in an unknown location which could be mistaken as a place to swap children)
Anyone for a solo fishing trip? One store promised to sell top notch ‘master bait and tackle’ for private charters
Is that a bouncy castle? Another business, whose location is unknown, revealed their somewhat rude and potentially vulgar sign for a children’s play area
I hope it serves good food! Meanwhile customers at the Thai restaurant Poo-ping palace will be hoping they don’t go home with an upset tummy
Oh my god! A church centre, in an unknown location, may not be the first thing that comes to mind when you see the sign ‘The Glory Hole ‘
I wonder what they sell! One furniture shop, in an unknown location, revealed their cheeky play on words sign
Another Christian center, believed to be in the US, certainly knows how to catch the attention of churchgoers on a Sunday
Sounds delicious! One pizzeria, in an unknown location, promised their Italian food was ‘fresh’, despite their sexual sign
Curl up and dye? One hairdressers, believed to be in the UK, promised top notch hair and beauty
I hope so! One funeral home, believed to be in the US, appeared to miss their double entente sign that will leave customers feeling spooked
Once you see it, it’s hard not to unseen it! Despite appearing boring, one company’s logo, believed to be in the US, is far from it
Smells fishy to me! One sushi restaurant, in an unknown location, could be warding off customers before they’ve even arrived with their rude sign
Meanwhile another manicure salon, in an unknown location, promises nails and spa, had a cheeky name that couldn’t help but attract attraction
Full of hot air? One business appeared to have had it’s sign scratched off to showcase a seemingly rude sign
It’s a hairdresser Cari! One unfortunate hairdresser, believed to be in the US, appeared to have got mistaken with hair job title
That doesn’t sound appetizing! One sushi and seafood buffet, in an unknown location, had a rather rude sign
We’re not sure that’s advertising! Another liquor store, in an unknown location, had a ridiculous sign
And what service do you offer? One business, whose location is unknown, say their reputation is ‘building’ – though their title is questionable
Sounds meaty! One burger joint, believed to be in the US, proudly declared they had hand made ‘Fat Ho Burgers’
Sounds like a fun stay! One halfway inn, believed to be in the US, promised a memorable stay for customers
Well that sounds wrong! Another museum, whose location is unknown, promised a ‘hands on’ experience for children
Another dental practice, believed to be in the UK, promised a supportive environment for nervous patients
We do what it says on the tin! One practice, believed to be in the US, clearly couldn’t think of a name for their service, so just wrote what a vet does
One hilarious sign on a cleaning service promised a sparkling clean on carpets, gutters and windows from ‘Spruce Springclean’
Excuse me? Another sign, in an unknown location, would leave customers doing a double take after reading it