No Way Is This Sign From America... [Pic]

Submitted by: fancylad 4 years ago in Misc

The thought of suggesting something other than a car? Parish the thought.
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Female 170
@DuckBoy87

Awh poor thing. That`s everyday life for me and almost every other person in my class... And we do it everyday ;)
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Male 1,364
unfortuantely the prices are correct, recent and in euros/litre.
thats how much gas costs here people.
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Male 500

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Male 1,197
DuckBoy87
Male, 18-29, Eastern US
1892 Posts Saturday, September 22, 2012 10:03:03 PM
Unfortunately bicycles are nearly impractical where I live.
If I wanted to bike to school, I would have to bike up a hill at an average of a 5% grade, but with the steepest part being at least 10%.

and downhill all the way home from school, or is that uphill also?
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Male 1,197
@andrew155 you mean that for most people that live in the united states there are few practical alternatives, you should try traveling a bit and see how things are done differently
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Male 183
It`s shopped - from a website that promotes mopeds and bicycles. In Austria. The picture was used to show how much it costs to ride a bike.
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Male 3,462
Unfortunately bicycles are nearly impractical where I live.
If I wanted to bike to school, I would have to bike up a hill at an average of a 5% grade, but with the steepest part being at least 10%.
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Male 2,578
I have seldom seen dooooooshier captions than this one. Firstly, why is it a gas station`s responsibility to suggest something other than a car? Secondly, for most people, there are very few practical alternatives to a car. Most people don`t live right next to where they work, so why should they have to bike 10 miles?
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Male 15,832
[quote]Ollie, I`m not sure about the price listing, Austria uses the Euro.[/quote]
The sign could be old. The Schilling was in use until 2002.

On further review, though, it couldn`t be shillings per liter, or even schillings per gallon. The price would be way too high, especially for more than 10 years ago. It must, therefore, be Euros per liter, and the last digit is for tenths of a cent.
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Male 11,740
Ollie, I`m not sure about the price listing, Austria uses the Euro. It may be shopped for effect.
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Male 11,740
The caption is f*cking brilliant fancy. The "franz-joseph.at" might be a little clue too.
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Male 15,832
It must be in schillings per liter.
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Male 2,097
The bike still burns fuel. Should have the cost of a corndog listed.
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Male 2,598
of course its not american, only austria would sell super and super plus at the same price. geez!
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Male 5,874
franz-joseph.at
at = austria
It`s fairly simple to all but the most stupid amongst us.
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Male 3,909
parish
n.

1. a. An administrative part of a diocese that has its own church in the Anglican, Roman Catholic, and some other churches.
b. The members of such a parish; a religious community attending one church.

2. A political subdivision of a British county, usually corresponding in boundaries to an original ecclesiastical parish.

3. An administrative subdivision in Louisiana that corresponds to a county in other U.S. states.
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Female 22
*Perish
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Male 20,148
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