Sauron, the evil enemy that makes life difficult for the members of the Fellowship of the Ring, rules as a huge, burning eye at the top of his impenetrable fortress Barad-dûr. At nearly a mile high, it’s the biggest item in the land of Middle-Earth, but even it can’t stand up to the height of The Shard, a tall tower built in downtown London.
At a ceremony to celebrate the opening of the huge construction, one man brought a goofy sign that no doubt got him plenty of laughs. Thankfully, the Shard is no evil ruler’s tower. It’s just a business building that is both quite tall and has a bit of an ominous look.
Comic Book Guy Does Not Approve
When it comes to protests, America has the gold medal, but there are plenty of countries that are always vying for the top spot. Australia is one of them, and this protest for whatever has been going on down there features one of the many famous side characters from “The Simpsons,” Comic Book Guy, who is often heard declaring things the “Worst. (Insert item here). Ever.”
The person behind this sign doesn't approve of the government, calling it the worst one ever. We are sure that Comic Book Guy has had plenty of things to protest about in his heyday. Most notably, all of the retcons in his comic books.
Just Looking for Someone to Play With
A protest is one thing, but you know what's really fun? Board games. Gathering some friends around the table and setting up the game is a surefire way to cap off a great day of protesting. This person is looking for a group, but the kind of people who attend protests a lot might not have much to offer when it comes to word skills.
There's a reason that all of them end up shouting the same thing. Then again, they do like to come up with new words, so maybe some of them will be a challenge. Anyone fancy a game?
There is no denying that one of humanity’s biggest crimes over the last century is the amount of plastic that they have managed to create and waste. As a result, marine life is suffering from the amount of plastic pollution happening in the world’s vast waters.
That’s why many people take to the streets to protest about the overuse of plastic and the damage it does to our planet. Every once in a while, though, a plastic protester puts together a sign that adds a bit of levity to the occasion. As you can see here, they are using the ultimate embodiment of plastic, Barbie, to get their point across.
The Nutty Protester
You know, animals have rights too. They just don’t have the ability to get up and start a protest as we humans do. Imagine, though, if a stampede of squirrels just marched through the streets of Oregon to stand up for themselves. That really would be something.
We simply have to settle for a human dressed up as a squirrel instead. Thankfully, that’s when you end up with seriously funny signs like this one. Come on, White House, all this little squirrel is asking for is a nut! It’s not like they are asking for gender equality, free medical care, and the right to choose. They just want a nut!