Because we are living during a time when most people can find something to be offended about, then it is relatively easy to ignore most of these non-offensive ‘things’. Apart from offensive signs.
Rather than just seeing the ‘incident’ as a genuine accident, my colleague was adamant that I had intentionally left him out.
I am pretty sure that when I used to do the same thing quite a few months back, then he would have just let it slide.
We live in times when people are getting offended over things which, a few years ago, we would have laughed at.
Earlier on today, one of our followers sent us a picture of a sign that seems to have caused real offence in even level headed people.
Is it really an offensive sign?
Our editor had to obscure the image so that we do not fall foul of any social media ‘community standards’ rules.
As ever, subscribers of our eMagazine, S**ts & Giggles, will be able to see the image in all of its raw glory in our next issue (it only costs £1-per-month to subscribe and you can sign up by clicking HERE).
And even though the obscured image leaves little doubt in the reader’s mind as to what the sign is depicting here, the unredacted version is funnier (for obvious reasons).
We are not sure exactly where in the country this offensive sign has been erected. Personally, I thought that it was quite funny.
But the outcry in the social media group where it was initially shared indicates that quite a few people have suffered from severe morale failures, as you will see for yourself when you join the group
What do you think about this offensive sign? Let us know in the comments below!
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