Do they mean no?
If I don't miss my guess, they're trying to tell us something.
Love all the different languages!
That is a sign that ensures there is no misunderstanding!
so there should be no excuses that somebody didn't understand!
Can't misunderstand that one!
Okay so I'm reading all the ways to say "NO" in the different languages, and I see "BU SHI", and I'm thinking, does this say "no bull shit"? Then common sense came to me, but really do all those words say "no" in a different language and the picture gets across they mean climbing rocks?
Once more my commentators got me!! I loved Pat's comment about BU SHI!! I hadn't noticed that LOL!! So I had to investigate and discovered that BU SHI is No in Chinese.I guess you really have to make it clear to people that it is really dangerous to go climbing rocks in Sedona. Only yesterday a local was telling me how many search and rescue missions are undertaken for stupid tourists who go hiking and climbing.
Reminds me of a much less helpful sign I came across a few years ago while hiking in the German alps that read: "Herzogsteig nicht begehbar. " The only word I could understand was "nicht". But I turned around anyway. :-)
There are 'no' excuses there!
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