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Do Not Delay

1:07 am PHT

What if we had vehicle signages like this? (You probably won’t get this unless you’re Filipino.  ;))

 LBM: Do Not Delay

Download the letter-sized PDF file for printing and laminating!

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On 9:25 p.m., 18 May 2007, Joni wrote:

HAHAHAHA! FUNNEEEE! They should definitely use that for emergency purposes. LOL

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On 10:26 p.m., 18 May 2007, benj wrote:

Knowing the people who use similar signs cough*doctors at PGH*coughs they’d keep that on their windshield even when they’re parked. haha

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On 8:35 a.m., 19 May 2007, Rico wrote:

Haha! Where’d you get this?

And what does LBM mean again? Low Bowel Movement?

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On 6:33 a.m., 20 May 2007, Coy wrote:

Haha! Maybe I’ll print one and keep it with me. You never know if you’re going to need it when commuting (jeep? taxi?) haha!

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On 5:26 p.m., 20 May 2007, Neil wrote:

HAHAHAHA! A good alternative for that waang waang in ambulances. Except for the laugh that it can induce to drivers nearby.

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On 1:02 a.m., 22 May 2007, seav wrote:

I’m really glad you all found that funny. Bumenta rin ito sa mga kapatid ko at sa mga officemates ko.  :D

Rico, the idea just popped into my head when I saw a “Press: Do Not Delay” sign on a van that was in front of me last Wednesday. And LBM actually means “loose bowel movement.” Close enough.  :)

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On 11:50 a.m., 29 May 2007, markku wrote:

I think this will also excuse you from the number-coding scheme… Hehehe.

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