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Sign language?

Posted: 12 Jan 2021, 04:46
by Airspeed
We've just got home after waiting 3 hours for Mrs A to see the eye specialist at Ballarat Base Hospital. :wall: :wall:
I could not help noticing, about 5,000 times, the signs around the place:
Please stand behind the line.-Bright coloured tape on floor. :agree:
Please wait here.-Disc on floor showing two feet, where to stand 1.5 metres apart. :agree:
Pair of rubbing hands.-Hand washing station with sanitising pump. :agree:
Exit.- Person running out of door. :agree:
Then there was a door with a sign showing a man, a woman, and a wheelchair.- they were standing there doing.... NOTHING! For goodness sake, what was THAT supposed to mean? :dunno:

Re: Sign language?

Posted: 12 Jan 2021, 07:39
by FlyTexas
A unisex/wheelchair accessible toilet? :dunno: :lol:

Brian

Re: Sign language?

Posted: 12 Jan 2021, 11:26
by Airspeed
FlyTexas wrote: 12 Jan 2021, 07:39 A unisex/wheelchair accessible toilet? :dunno: :lol:

Brian
Can't be, Brian, they're not "going to the toilet" *-) *-) hang on - maybe they're wearing nappies? :dunno:

Re: Sign language?

Posted: 12 Jan 2021, 15:11
by TSR2
Its probably an assembly point or "Muster Station"

Re: Sign language?

Posted: 12 Jan 2021, 16:41
by 511Flyer
That muster be it Ben.

8)

Re: Sign language?

Posted: 12 Jan 2021, 16:55
by Filonian
The one that amuses me is on the waiting room door of the Scarborough Road park & ride bus station.

"AUTOMATIC DOOR - PUSH BUTTON TO OPERATE"


Graham

Re: Sign language?

Posted: 13 Jan 2021, 03:59
by Airspeed
Filonian wrote: 12 Jan 2021, 16:55 The one that amuses me is on the waiting room door of the Scarborough Road park & ride bus station.

"AUTOMATIC DOOR - PUSH BUTTON TO OPERATE"


Graham
:doh: :lol: :lol:

If "my" sign is a unisex/disabled toilet, maybe it was borrowed from the psychiatric ward; who else would go to the toilet, fully dressed and standing erect? :dunno: :lol: