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The University of Toronto is conducting a study regarding the effects of semen on human speech and is paying male volunteers $145 each to receive fellatio.


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Austria is home to a town called Fucking.


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Epitaph on a headstone in a Montreal cemetery forms an unflattering acrostic.


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Photograph shows third-world protesters with mistranslated English signs.


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Aftermath of Hurricane Charley reveals message from God on billboard.


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Photograph shows headstone marking the grave of lawyer Johnnie Cochran.


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Farmer expresses dissatisfaction with crop prices by carving a message in his grain field.


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Photograph shows a Kern County Sheriff’s car with an unusual decal.


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Photograph shows an advisory sign explaining priority seating for Japanese metro train passengers.


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Newspaper photograph shows a pregnant, cigarette-smoking woman worrying about the effect of construction noise on her unborn child.


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Photograph shows an unintentionally humorous warning sign placed on an out-of-service printer.


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Photograph shows bulletin warning London Underground travelers not to run on the platforms or concourses.


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Photograph shows a Chicago Bears fan holding a crude sign at the 2006-07 NFC championship game.


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Photographs show a gravesite adorned with a parking meter reading “TIME EXPIRED.”


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Photographs show a church sign debate over whether dogs go to heaven.


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Photograph shows an ATM sign which warns users that making faces into a security camera is a federal crime.


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News report shows Martin Luther King Day celebrants holding misspelled signs.


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A plaque made for a 2002 Martin Luther King Day celebration mistakenly thanked James Earl Ray, King’s assassin.


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Photograph shows Arizona billboard poking fun at Los Angeles’ decision to boycott that state over illegal immigrant legislation.


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Photographs show an 1890 gravestone with an anti-Democratic epitaph.


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Photograph shows a store advertising “Delicious for Chanukah” hams.


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Photograph shows the gravestone of actor Leslie Nielsen.


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Photograph shows a grocery receipt for steak and lobster purchased with food stamps.


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Photograph shows an express lane sign that illustrates the item limit.


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Billboard sponsored by the Funeral Directors Association urges viewers to commit suicide.


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Image shows a McDonald’s sign warning about the dangers of acrylamide.


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Image shows a McDonald’s sign announcing a $1.50 surcharge on African-American customers.


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A Rite Aid store posted a sign prohibiting “same-sex activity.”


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Photograph shows a McDonald’s sign expressing support for Chick-fil-A.


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Photograph shows playground warning sign with more restrictive wording in Spanish than in English.


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Image shows a fourth-grade science test from a South Carolina school.


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Letter from school offers to allow students to make monetary donations to offset inattendance and poor grades.


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Image shows a racially contradictory sign imploring that everyone be treated equally.


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Photograph shows a sign bearing an ominous threat from the “Advancement of Islamic Agenda for America.”


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A “Welcome To Idaho” sign warns potential criminals about gun owning citizens.


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Photograph shows a Westboro Baptist Church sign that says “Ted Cruz Is Our Hero.”


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Photograph shows a 419.99 mile-marker sign along I-70 in Colorado.


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Photograph shows a billboard put up in Baltimore condemning the lack of municipal support for police.


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A sign from 1972 warned drivers in Ireland not to drive after having five pints of beer.


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Hooters has banned motorcycle club colors from all of their locations.


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A “Welcome To Amsterdam” sign includes an insulting message to overweight people.