“There is no bond stronger than the leaf between trams.” Or something.

Here’s what I know about this sign:

  • The photo was snapped in Brussles.
  • It was taken near a tram stop.
  • It makes no sense.

Here’s what I think it means:

  • There is no bond stronger than the leaf between trams.
  • When trams collide, their collision creates grapes.
  • Warning: birds with long, flowy wings can ride either tram.

Got something better?

Scratch your head some more:

Strange Traffic Sign — What does it mean?

I can’t imagine what this sign is trying to warn you from, but here are a few ideas:

  • “DANGER: Do not tie plane to car.”
  • “DANGER: Bouncing planes may strike your car.”
  • “DANGER: Airplane lavatory may leak onto your car.”

Actually, it looks like the plane has a wire dangling from it, and that wire may strike your car if you’re not careful. Why would a plane have a wire attached to like this? Could it be one of those planes that drags a banner behind it? Consider me confused.