Plato himself probably couldn’t comprehend the philosophy of this notice sign. He would struggle with it his whole life and eventually pass on his knowledge to Socrates, who would also struggle to figure out its meaning. It seems so simple, but there must be a more profound message to it. The complexity lies in how simple it looks. Customers probably see this odd sign in bewilderment and become unsure of what to do. The author of this one sentence single-handedly brought everyone to their knees.
Children have it too easy. The play area in the picture above is meant to toughen them up. You slide at your own risk, and only the strongest survive. Although that system might be a bit flawed since no one would survive sliding off from that height. It must have been quite an ordeal to get that structure up that high. It reminds you of an arena that would exist in a children’s version of The Hunger Games. May the odds be ever in your favor. Or, you know, maybe just don’t send children up to that death trap.
Hats are often getting stolen on subways. People who have the gift of sleight of hand can easily take it off your head. However, this man has invented a device to counter that. Now, if someone tries to steal your hat, it’ll just get caught, and you’ll notice the thief. It can also be an excellent sleeping aid to hold your head whenever you dose off.