Signs of the Times, Vol. 15, Issue 44

Etiquetteer remains fascinated by etiquette signage in public. Herewith, a brief photo essay:

 Etiquetteer trembles to think about the experience that led to this sign being posted.

Etiquetteer trembles to think about the experience that led to this sign being posted.

 When shopkeepers feel the need to start posting signs like this, it might really be time to decide if keeping a shop is the right occupation.

When shopkeepers feel the need to start posting signs like this, it might really be time to decide if keeping a shop is the right occupation.

 Blunt, but perhaps necessary if shoppers are befuddled by the fumes of the, uh,  incense . Still, Etiquetteer thinks name calling is so ugly and certainly detracts from a positive customer experience.

Blunt, but perhaps necessary if shoppers are befuddled by the fumes of the, uh, incense. Still, Etiquetteer thinks name calling is so ugly and certainly detracts from a positive customer experience.

 It's a sad day when Art cannot be recognized for what it is.

It's a sad day when Art cannot be recognized for what it is.

 A Perfectly Proper example of an instructional sign.

A Perfectly Proper example of an instructional sign.

 Etiquetteer wishes it wasn't necessary for signs such as these to be posted. Everyone should  know  how to behave at a memorial, and  want  to behave that way.

Etiquetteer wishes it wasn't necessary for signs such as these to be posted. Everyone should know how to behave at a memorial, and want to behave that way.

 In other words, Customers Only.

In other words, Customers Only.