when it freezes you can break the ice off the dangly bits and eat them
i googled it and i still don’t get it
Nope! But it is a warning of some kind.
Let’s facelift bar
Is it a warning to be looking out for icicles falling from the building above it?
The red bits alert you to the fact theres a pole there.
Oh is it a warning for wind, and if it’s really windy you can see because the flags are a-blowing?
Think it’s just a general warning thing. Like “be alert for anything” “don’t let your guard down” . Good idea IMHO.
is it a horse thing
does it tickle the horses
People have literally been killed/critically injured feom chunks of ice falling down from rooftops and onto their heads Not often though.
Just struck me the other day that people in countries with less snow and ice wouldn’t know what these are
how are you meant to avoid falling icicles?
you just meant to look up and get ready to dodge or what
Falling ice knife? Clever.
A byproduct of these warnings is also surely that they blow in wind and if you’re not wearing a hat they’ll tickle your head so I’m claiming silver medals for myself and kermit here.
can just imagine seeing an icicle falling towards someones head and shouting “HEEDS”
Absolutely nothing. Just look up a bit I guess.
You are meant to not sue the people who own the building from which the ice fell, because they’ve warned you
The best kind of warning, a regulatory warning
Fare is Norwegian for fore (like in golf)
Well, that explains everything!
It’s actually a picture of a norwegian golf court