There are so, so, so many signs that, after just a modicum of thought, break down into useless words written on a cheap piece of board. In this picture, we have a woman, probably a teacher, who is protesting who knows what, but it almost certainly has something to do with teaching and not prostrating yourself before that holiest of professions.
She’s probably trying to say that teachers can do big things – such as get lots and lots of people killed, hooked on illegal substances, and die an ignoble death after betraying their entire family even after his health scare went away.
Put Your Phone Down and Enjoy It!
You're out at a concert, and you're having a great time. That band you like so much is playing that one song you like so much. Everybody's singing along or dancing, but there's that one guy or girl in the back who looks like he or she is just on his or her phone the entire time.
We're all acquainted with someone like this – someone who posts the entire dang thing on Instagram or Snapchat or whatever the latest one is these days, but you don't care – you weren't there. You can't tell who it is or what they're singing.
Got No Milk?
Protesters can come in all shapes and sizes. Take this photo, for example, which saw a baby in attendance at a protest in San Diego; shows how basically anyone can stand up for what they believe in – even an infant. This event was essentially an animal rights march that was organized by vegetarian and vegan activists.
While everyone has their own opinion on the drinking of cow’s milk – we have to respect this group of people’s opinion that ultimately, we have no right to take milk from them. Pay attention to our words – we said to respect them, not necessarily agree with them.
Why, Do You Know Anybody?
Back in the day, the older members of the family were critical in helping a young man or woman find a family. But now, their role in the situation seems to have decayed into saying, “You should get married. You're not getting any younger, you know!”
You know Grandma (or Mom, or Auntie), this would probably go a lot smoother if I had some HELP. You know, the kind of help that comes from a retired woman who wants the best for her son/grandson/nephew/niece. I know you know a lot of people. There have to be some single people somewhere in there.
And Now for Our Favorite Sign:
Yes. It's perfect. What else is required to say about this just (chef's kiss) piece of art? It's easy to make – you just need a bit of cardboard and some of your favorite crayon colors. This little baby is getting her start at protesting with a sign that is quite a bit more interesting to look at than other protest signs and contains more or less the same amount of thought put into it, too.
And she gets some good bonding time with Dad, too. There's no downside. We think we will give this baby a pass for putting together a protest sign that we don't understand in the slightest. After all, so many protesters spew nonsense when they are fully grown.