When you think about it, the goal of a sign is pretty basic, isn’t it? We put them up to give us directions, send messages, and warn us about dangers lurking around the corner. But while sometimes they hilariously fail to fulfill their purpose by looking like the most random and absurd announcements ever created, others seem to carry a somewhat threatening aura.

We’re talking about signs that remind us the world is filled with unforeseen hazards that make us want to stop and quickly run the other way. So let us introduce you to the 'Scary Signs' subreddit. This online community with over 379K members has set out on a mission to share pictures of terrifying messages from all over the world "that you don't want to be near".

Some of them are scarier than the danger itself, others are so creepy we can’t help but wonder why they got put up there in the first place. Whatever the case may be, these warnings definitely catch one's attention. Bored Panda has collected some of the most frightening posts from the group, so continue scrolling to check them out for yourself, and let us know what you think about them in the comments!

#1

Scary-Sad, But Comforting To Know You Can Be Safe

Scary-Sad, But Comforting To Know You Can Be Safe

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Roxy Eastland
Community Member
1 month ago

That's not a scary sign I "don't want to be near" - that's a fantastic sign that we're all glad to see

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#2

Sign A The Vet

Sign A The Vet

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Rabbit Carrot
Community Member
1 month ago

I’m not crying, it’s just the onions.

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#3

Oh...ok I Understand

Oh...ok I Understand

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JoyfulZebra
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1 month ago (edited)

Glad to know zoos make sure their animals are taken care of!

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Since its creation in 2014, the 'Scary Signs' subreddit has amassed more than 379K members who are eager to share the daunting messages they come across in every corner of the world. Nearly every post consists of terrifying or confusing signs that warn us of potential hazards up ahead and uneasy consequences we will face if we refuse to obey.

While we're used to seeing safety signs and not batting an eye, people on this online community prove that some of them have a slightly threatening nature that everyone should take notice of. After all, most of us are hoping to avoid falling into "the drowning machine", getting attacked by aggressive geese, or encountering a venomous snake that's missing from its exhibit.

#4

Save The Bees

Save The Bees

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Rabbit Carrot
Community Member
1 month ago

Not the bees!

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#5

More Than Sad Scary, But Still

More Than Sad Scary, But Still

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Michelle Gosney
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1 month ago

That's just so sad.

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#6

Beware Of Falling Deer

Beware Of Falling Deer

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dianadeluxe
Community Member
1 month ago

Oh deer!

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Yet, there seem to be many factors that can make people disregard even the most frightening messages. Maybe you're an adrenaline junkie looking for new adventures every chance you get. Perhaps you think the sign is scarier than the danger itself. I mean, it's better to be safe than sorry, but who really wants to be told to watch out for falling deer? How often does that really happen?

Marc Green, Ph.D., is a human factor expert who has extensive experience in perception, attention, human factors, and related areas. According to him, warning signs often fail to change people's behavior. They can either go unnoticed or, more often than not, they are seen but ignored by the viewer. "For many years, designers focused their concern on sensory aspects of warnings: color, shape, location, pictures vs. text, size and so on. However, recent research suggests that effective warning design depends as much on the contents of the viewer's head as on the contents of the warning's message," he explained.

#7

Trailhead In Tennessee

Trailhead In Tennessee

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MellonCollie
Community Member
1 month ago

Well, this is a great sign. I have encountered a few similar sign in Australia, and I find them rather helpful.

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#8

Don’t Do Meth

Don’t Do Meth

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Vicky Z
Community Member
1 month ago

That's why i avoid dentist as much as possible! 😅😅😅

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#9

No Bees, No Oranges

No Bees, No Oranges

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Jayne Kyra
Community Member
1 month ago

Save the bees!

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You see, when people stumble upon alarming messages, they then have to make a decision whether or not to comply. But let's not forget that people who are the intended audience of these signs are not blank slates. They rather start with a thought process containing three components: "First, the viewer has general knowledge about the world and how it works. Second, s/he has a set of beliefs and expectations based on experience with the same or similar environment, product or technology."

"Lastly, the viewer enters the situation with a goal and strategy for achieving that goal," Green continued. "The goal can be specific ('I want to arrive at my destination as soon as possible') or more diffuse ('I want to feel good about myself')." So to create an effective warning sign, the designer must understand what the observer "brings to the table".

#10

Umm

Umm

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Nathaniel
Community Member
1 month ago

Groot does not appreciate people putting signs on him.

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#11

Percy Preist Lake In Nashville, Tn

Percy Preist Lake In Nashville, Tn

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Jayne Kyra
Community Member
1 month ago

See? They drowned even if they wore lifejackets! Why should people wear masks/seatbelts/get vaccinated/wear protective gear/etc when you can still die!? /sarcasm, if that was not obvious

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#12

Scary Geese

Scary Geese

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Jayne Kyra
Community Member
1 month ago

Peace was never an option.

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As viewers, we’re aware that safety signs are placed there for our own benefit. Their purpose is to draw our attention to important information that might prevent us from doing harm to ourselves or the people around us. Unfortunately, sometimes they are less likely to be effective when they are placed in the wrong area or use vague messaging. This could lead to tragic accidents, so it’s always best to make sure the sign will be crystal clear to virtually anyone.

#13

A Disease Which Has No Cure

A Disease Which Has No Cure

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Rabbit Carrot
Community Member
1 month ago

Stupidity?

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#14

Something About This Unsettles Me

Something About This Unsettles Me

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JoyfulZebra
Community Member
1 month ago

Blunt and effective (hopefully)

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#15

Straight To The Point, Don't Become Soup

Straight To The Point, Don't Become Soup

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Vicky Z
Community Member
1 month ago

Afterwards we put some spices in and we eat you!

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However, even when signs are compelling and tick every box on the list, we humans have a tendency to overlook them. Green explained that when a warning tells us to refrain from behavior that would enable us to quickly achieve our goal, we then make a cost-benefit analysis. "In some cases, the viewer might lose the goal altogether ('No Smoking' signs), or exert more effort ('Detour' signs)," he mentioned some examples of the cost.

When it comes to benefits, they can be practical (like injury avoidance), and psychological. "A driver deciding whether to comply with a speed limit sign might calculate the costs of arriving later," he added. But one benefit of compliance is feeling safe and less anxious, like thinking "I won't be as likely to get in an accident," or "I won't have to spend time and effort looking for a radar trap." Other psychological advantages could be the sense of being "a good citizen" or "a team player," Green argued.

#16

19th Century Japanese Tsunami Warnings. This One Reads: “Remember The Calamity Of The Great Tsunamis. Do Not Build Any Homes Below This Point”

19th Century Japanese Tsunami Warnings. This One Reads: “Remember The Calamity Of The Great Tsunamis. Do Not Build Any Homes Below This Point”

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Rabbit Carrot
Community Member
1 month ago

And they still built below that point. I was watching a Geographics video and most of the people who died in the 2011 tsunami were in buildings situated below the tsunami warning points.

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#17

Fight Back

Fight Back

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dianadeluxe
Community Member
1 month ago

Make sure you take a good picture. Could be your last.

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#18

Road Sign I Found In Texas

Road Sign I Found In Texas

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Rabbit Carrot
Community Member
1 month ago (edited)

Reminds me of the time a colleague stopped for a hitchhiker. A couple of miles down the road she accidentally ran over something (squirrel I think). Hitchhiker went to have a look. While he was out of the car she decided to have a look in his bag as she felt uneasy. He had a knife and rope in there. She yeeted out of there so fast. She was traumatised for a long time afterwards. But what a lucky escape.

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Another factor that affects how we see the size of the benefits is the perception of danger, which has two elements — hazard and risk. The viewer of the warning sign must take them into account when making the calculation. "If the person believes that there is great danger, then s/he will see a larger benefit in compliance. Conversely, perception of small danger means low benefit and compliance will decrease," he explained.

#19

Sign At Lava Falls In Grand Canyon

Sign At Lava Falls In Grand Canyon

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martin734
Community Member
1 month ago

Sensible advice.

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#20

You Will Die

You Will Die

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Nathaniel
Community Member
1 month ago (edited)

Not survivable? Challenge accepted!

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#21

At A Nearby Wolf Sanctuary

At A Nearby Wolf Sanctuary

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Saint Thomas
Community Member
1 month ago

This one is funny, not scary or creepy.

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Lastly, our personal, social, and cultural backgrounds also affect our decision-making. Green explained that even when two people make the same cost-benefit analysis, they could go two different ways — one might ignore the sign while the other doesn't. "People accept different danger levels, have different attitudes about their ability to control danger and are differentially affected by social and cultural norms," the expert added.

So for warning signs to be persuasive, designers should focus more on the psychological factor. Sure, the bright glaring colors and terrifying symbols catch our attention and might stop us from falling into dangerous threats, but harmony between human behavior and design would reduce accidents even further.

#22

Bronx Zoo

Bronx Zoo

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dianadeluxe
Community Member
1 month ago

I bet there isn't a snake at all.

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#23

Just Another Day In Alaska

Just Another Day In Alaska

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Rabbit Carrot
Community Member
1 month ago

Just think if people closed their bins properly and didn’t litter (or encroach on bears habitats) then they wouldn’t come looking for food in houses / public spaces.

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#24

"The Drowning Machine"

"The Drowning Machine"

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Chinmayee Kalghatgi
Community Member
1 month ago

I bet that somebody stupid will go in hoping to make a great TikTok video

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#25

Uh Oh. Keep Out Of The Danger Noodle Room

Uh Oh. Keep Out Of The Danger Noodle Room

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Bad Humor
Community Member
1 month ago

Damn it Norman, not again

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#26

This Slide

This Slide

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Rabbit Carrot
Community Member
1 month ago

Should be at the top!

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#27

Bush Fire Rating Signs All Over Australia

Bush Fire Rating Signs All Over Australia

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Caro Caro
Community Member
1 month ago

Poor Aussie. If it's not burning, it's flooded.

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#28

Yikes

Yikes

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JuniorCJ82
Community Member
1 month ago

Which port is that?

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#29

Trust Me, I Won't

Trust Me, I Won't

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Chinmayee Kalghatgi
Community Member
1 month ago

Who’d do that?

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#30

Nope.

Nope.

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Nathaniel
Community Member
1 month ago

Horses may also consume your soul.

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#31

The School Lockdown Song

The School Lockdown Song

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Yayheterogeneity
Community Member
1 month ago

Worst sign ever. Nothing like a funny shooters song 🙈 for the little ones. Awful.

Turt_Le
Community Member
1 month ago

I understand it's aim to reduce anxiety and trauma, but it's terrifying that it's so normalised

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Chinmayee Kalghatgi
Community Member
1 month ago

Why tf does America have such a huge gun problem? If there are so many shootings and deaths because of that wouldn’t it be smart to make it very hard to access the guns in the first place? Please correct me if I am wrong

Kesam
Community Member
1 month ago (edited)

Most American politicians care about the gun lobby more than about children. And many Americans are brainwashed into thinking guns make the world a safer place. I'm so happy my kids don't have to grow up in that place.

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Vicky Z
Community Member
1 month ago

My European brain thought that this was for the pandemic lockdown and after i read the comments i realised that it's for a problem very unfamiliar to those outside USA! So sad

AyaneVsWorld
Community Member
1 month ago

Nah..my brain was like...it's disgusting they need a song. We don't need it. They should really up their gun laws... poor children

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I’ve Seen Things
Community Member
1 month ago (edited)

Protect the children…by banning Kinder Surprise Eggs. Thank God we got that law passed, the kids are far safer now. #doneeverythingwecan

Kristi Wozniak
Community Member
1 month ago

I had no idea about this at all- so thank you for the comment. I recall buying them before and thinking - wow- this does not seem ok. And never got one again- now I know why. Ironically I still have the plastic egg from thst candy- but no idea where the toy went. Probably the garbage. - another worry on my list… as I hunt it down and toss it out.

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Warrior Mama
Community Member
1 month ago

One time I encountered my then five year old playing lockdown in her dollhouse. I hate so much that it had to be a part of her childhood. When people prioritize their right to guns, there's something terribly broken and I hate it so much.

Lisa Intally
Community Member
1 month ago

It matters who you vote for. One political party gets its funding from the NRA and one does not. Choose wisely next time.

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Saint Thomas
Community Member
1 month ago

Say you go to school in the US without saying you go to school in the US.

MonsterMum
Community Member
1 month ago

I know it's crazy but maybe it would be better if the general population didn't have guns?

D.O.N.T
Community Member
1 month ago

No, it's not crazy, crazyest to think that public having guns have a positive side

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lenka
Community Member
1 month ago

This is horrific. Nothing like a cheery little kids song to validate America's gun laws.

Tamra Stiffler
Community Member
1 month ago

This doesn't validate the gun laws here. This is just one of the things the sane people in the country have to do in order to live in this gun culture as safely as possible. It's horrific and disgusting that we even have to do this. Ugh, sorry for the rant. It's a bad day.

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Sarah Levine
Community Member
1 month ago

The second amendment to the US constitution gives people "the Right to Bear Arms" (meaning guns). Specifically, it says “A well-regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.” It made sense at the time (1791), and refers to the right for a community to defend itself with a militia. Guns rights advocates (funded, of course, by gun companies and the gun lobby), interpret it as the right for any individual to own and use any kind of gun they want regardless of how many people are killed by them. Any attempt at gun control is met with "they're trying to take away our 2nd Amendment rights!" I would argue that those who passed the 2nd amendment never meant for it to justify the kind of gun violence we see on a daily basis here in America.

ian_griggs@ymail.com
Community Member
1 month ago

After Sandy Hook, I sat them down and we had a serious talk about it. We came up with a plan, and a code word. They knew if they ever heard me say the code word, it's not a joke. Get to your spot, and be quiet.

D.O.N.T
Community Member
1 month ago

I'm so sorry

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BrookeBT
Community Member
1 month ago

Kind of like when "Duck and cover" was a strategy for atomic bombs

Lambchop
Community Member
1 month ago

Yes, and now those of us who grew up with that all recognize how useless the advice was. Duct tape, newspapers, and squatting in the school hallways was never going to save a single child from a nuclear event. Only the control of nuclear weapons had that effect. Some day in the hopefully near future our children will shake their heads and wonder why we didn’t control guns sooner.

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Bellala
Community Member
1 month ago

And here we can see one of the many reasons why I would never ever move to America

Caro Caro
Community Member
1 month ago

It's sad that this is necessary.

Jan Doggen
Community Member
1 month ago

It isn't necessary. There's a remedy.

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Nikki Hilton
Community Member
1 month ago

How horrible that teachers have to teach this to their kindergarteners. Effin NRA. Effin GOP.

Tracy Sellars
Community Member
1 month ago

USA has to be up there as one of the dumbest nation in the world. You would rather have kids go through c**p like this instead of better gun laws. And before you respond, no there is no justification for your useless gun laws which murder children on a regular basis.

Emily
Community Member
1 month ago

Most of us don’t like it either. The NRA has our country by the balls

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Paul Ellis
Community Member
1 month ago

"Hello children. As an active shooter I have to tell you that, at close range, my ACP rounds will tear big holes in your wooden desks, and in you, as well."

Colin Matthews
Community Member
1 month ago

Dystopian.

No_idea
Community Member
1 month ago

This is insane.

Riley Quinn
Community Member
1 month ago

This is why I don't believe one damn word pro-lifers say. Until they get on the anti-gun violence bandwagon, this will become a traumatizing childhood norm.

Stannous Flouride
Community Member
1 month ago

But they're too young to hear about LGBTQ people or the racist history of Murrica? Okay, got it.

J P
Community Member
1 month ago

Welcome to life in The Purge timeline.

TonyTee
Community Member
1 month ago (edited)

I'm just now finding out about this and I'm totally mind f****d

Yuccababy
Community Member
1 month ago

Sad that we need this in schools. Gun control? Anyone? Ugh. ‘Merica!

Carlye Piparato
Community Member
1 month ago

Right to life stops at conception. Welcome to the ununited states.

Marie Vallance
Community Member
1 month ago

But America doesn't have a gun violence problem.... When my kiddo was in school I just hoped she would come home alive.. that her school wouldn't be a statistic.

Lisa Intally
Community Member
1 month ago

As long as they hand out guns to people like candy, this is what we will get. No guns=no gun violence.

Silre
Community Member
1 month ago

Yes, this is definitely better than gun control /s

Penny Martin
Community Member
1 month ago

How about live in a country with meaningful gun laws?

Shelby Jackson
Community Member
1 month ago

It's absolutely heartbreaking that we even need to have a lockdown song or this posted. This country is so f**ked.

signore cappelletti
Community Member
1 month ago

............'murka !

UncleRussian
Community Member
1 month ago

🎶 Turn the lights off, carry me home 🎶

Ray Martin
Community Member
1 month ago

This is horrific.

Vicki Perizzolo
Community Member
1 month ago

this country is in massive need of a priority shift

Fiona Harvey
Community Member
1 month ago

Must be the US

Mandy Delaforce (PC Girl)
Community Member
1 month ago

The fact that this exists in a first world country, sickens me.

Tom
Community Member
1 month ago

Aah.. murica.

Cydney Golden
Community Member
1 month ago

And yet safe gun laws are impinging on second amendment rights...much more important.

Jeffrey Diehl
Community Member
1 month ago

Must be the USA

Chris
Community Member
1 month ago

Welcome to America

Rost it
Community Member
1 month ago

Instead of dealing with mental health, let's just ignore it and arm the teachers and make up silly songs.

Deborah Barron Brown
Community Member
1 month ago

As a free American our children should be traumatized with death at school. It is our rights.

Eiryn
Community Member
1 month ago

Stupid how America thinks this is more acceptable than regulating guns. Just unbelievable.

Lu
Community Member
1 month ago

What makes it terrible is this in one of the richest countries in the world etc etc

Jace
Community Member
1 month ago

This country is broken.

Danielle Holder
Community Member
1 month ago

Doesn't get more American than that

Fat Harry
Community Member
1 month ago

Whenever we say "'Murica!?" we get told off by the Yanks for ragging on the US of A... but I'm going to go out on a limb here and say "'Murica?". Now tell me gun laws don't work.

Tamra Stiffler
Community Member
1 month ago

I live in the US, Fat Harry. I don't think anyone sane could argue with you on this. I absolutely hate this aspect of our lives. It's appalling.

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Dawn Depietro
Community Member
1 month ago

This just turns my stomach my daughter's been doing drills at school for last 6 years she is in the 6th grade

Corey Smith
Community Member
1 month ago

Several years ago I went to my daughter's school for a "breakfast with daddy" event they had. They ran an active shooter drill while I was there. I never noticed that the classroom doors were made of thick steel (probably bulletproof) until that day. This was at an elementary (primary) school.

Emily Barnes
Community Member
1 month ago

It's sad that this is needed

Amelia Lamb
Community Member
1 month ago

Some fun?

Catarina
Community Member
1 month ago

It's almost unbelievable that this sign is actually necessary

Pink Rose
Community Member
1 month ago

Really sad this is a thing..but it can be helpful!

TahJia Williams
Community Member
1 month ago

So sad but kids gotta do this. & Im glad they're getting trained on how to react when times like that MAY, hopefully not, come

censorshipsucks
Community Member
1 month ago

or they could all do what Greta did. Every kid in every school refuse to go to school till guns are banned. countries with worse gun death rate than usa:  El Salvador;  Jamaica;  Eswatini;  Honduras;  Venezuela;  Brazil;  Guatemala;  Colombia;  Mexico;  South Africa;  Panama;  Philippines;  Barbados;  Costa Rica;  Paraguay;  Uruguay

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Jennifer Brown
Community Member
1 month ago

This is horrible!! we should NEVER have to make our children live like this!

Sandra Llewelyn
Community Member
1 month ago

How horrible that young children have to learn survival techniques because of the NRA and 'Murcan freedom. You should be thoroughly ashamed of yourselves.

Tamra Stiffler
Community Member
1 month ago

The NRA, the gun nuts, and the politicians who refuse to do nothing to change the situation, yes, they should be ashamed. The rest of us who hate the gun culture, and fight against it whenever possible, no, we should not be ashamed for fighting for something better.

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Jane Ryan
Community Member
1 month ago

Is this one of those "tell me you go to school in America without telling me where you go to school"

BusLady
Community Member
1 month ago

Gee, when I was a kid, all we had to worry about was The Bomb. Who thought this was a good idea? Danger's over, let's go play.

O.M.Miki
Community Member
1 month ago

that is the creepiest song from a school i have ever read...omg... yes lets have fun after we're hiding from people with guns. and lets sing it while we are doing it to remind us that we might die and that's the last creepy song we will ever hear... gross.

phil bishop
Community Member
1 month ago

Only in America.....

Béla Kun
Community Member
1 month ago

Murica

Blue Pearl
Community Member
1 month ago

MURICA

Nimues Child
Community Member
1 month ago

This makes me so sad. No child should have to know this in elementary school.

Caitlin Karczewski
Community Member
1 month ago

And this is the dystopian hellscape of 21st century America we’ve all found ourselves in

Jerry The Joker
Community Member
1 month ago

JESUS FREAKING EVER LOVING CHRIST ON A CRACKER

save the sea otters️‍️‍
Community Member
1 month ago

to be honest i think its a sensible way for children to do what there supposed to do without shoving the honest brutality of a possible threat in there school.

Penny Martin
Community Member
1 month ago

How abou live in a country with meaningful gun laws?

RezFidel
Community Member
1 month ago

I am so grateful that signs like this are not necessary where I live. This is the ultimate dystopia. So horrible and sad. Wtf..

New Everywhere
Community Member
1 month ago

F**k me that's depressing

Burnt Toast
Community Member
1 month ago

This world is f****d!

Al Fun
Community Member
1 month ago

If you make loud sounds a lot You and your class will be shot

Liyah Handelman
Community Member
1 month ago

Ok, kids! A shooter that tried to kill us all was just arrested by the police who is questioning our crying teacher! Lets have fun! (Reference to the sign)

Adrienne Mcginley
Community Member
1 month ago

Nursery rhymes have changed since my day.

howdylee
Community Member
1 month ago

Yes this is horrible to think this is the reality our children face today. That being said, have you ever heard the meaning behind Ring Around the Rosy?? Apparently it's nothing new for children to be singing of horrible realities.

censorshipsucks
Community Member
1 month ago

so america is equivalent to tudor england, got it.

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MSP
Community Member
1 month ago

I was born in South Africa in the '80s, starting school in 1990. We did lockdown drills. I experienced bomb threats in both a grocery store & at school. I remember heavily armed guards in malls and other public places. I remember signs with plastic models of various incendiary devices so you'd know to avoid & report them if found. America has it's issues, yes, but every country has it's own scary/awful/shameful chapters.

censorshipsucks
Community Member
1 month ago

Except (a) that was mostly propaganda by the then-government to keep the population afraid of black people - go count the number of actual terririst strikes, far fewer than amurkan schoo shootings, and (b) You're saying amurka is basically equivalent to apartheid south africa - well yes if you look at indian reservations/bantustans, and the BLM issue, similar to the freedom fighters in SA - so yeah. A reasonable comparison BUT it basically makes the bright clear point that amurka is a third world state having a low-level civil war. In case you doubt it: countries with worse gun death rate than usa:  El Salvador;  Jamaica;  Eswatini;  Honduras;  Venezuela;  Brazil;  Guatemala;  Colombia;  Mexico;  South Africa;  Panama;  Philippines;  Barbados;  Costa Rica;  Paraguay;  Uruguay

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Brendan Roberts
Community Member
1 month ago

My 4yo and his class learned about the lockdown procedure at school. When the teacher announces a lockdown, they turn into mice that have to finding their best hiding spot to hide from "the cat". You may be surprised that this isn't in the US. It's in the UK.

APL
Community Member
1 month ago

Really? We haven't had a school shooting in nearly thirty years.

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Mónica Elisabeth Sacco
Community Member
6 days ago

This sign shouldn't exist un first place. What kind of world are we giving yo our children?

Tram
Community Member
4 weeks ago

Lockdowns are not funny, so don’t make a song of it, even for children.

AyaneVsWorld
Community Member
1 month ago

Why do you assume that i don't know your gun laws? Also....I can tell you 100% it's close to impossible here to get a gun without a permit. And random people don't get a permit.

Anne McKinney
Community Member
1 month ago

Pathetic...and we ALL know what country this is in!! Welcome to 'Murica!!

Al Padilla
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1 month ago

Hardly a day goes by without a "mass shooting." These days, you need about 10 people shot for it to qualify and make the news. Legislators have sold out to the guns/freedom/antiabortion/don't-mask/MAGA crowd.

François Carré
Community Member
1 month ago

Must be at South Park Elementary School.

Christine
Community Member
1 month ago

Shooting's over, let's have some fun, kids! 😐

Mickie Shea
Community Member
1 month ago

Sometimes comedy can be a strong repellent.

Rosa Visger
Community Member
1 month ago (edited)

This song seems like something that came out of a creepypasta fic.

Pluto
Community Member
1 month ago

I feel like the kindergarteners would be singing this while hiding under their desks

pjs782
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