Traffic pins with double meanings

From the Feb 1947 issue of Hit Parader magazine. via Kitsch-Slapped.

     Posted By: Alex - Thu Oct 05, 2017
     Category: Innuendo, Double Entendres, Symbolism, Nudge-Nudge-Wink-Wink and Subliminal Messages | Jewelry | 1940s

That pin "Slippery" could have been "Slippery When Wet." How about one marked "Merge"? I'd bet even money that "Deliveries In Rear" never appeared!
Posted by KDP on 10/05/17 at 01:15 PM
I would suggest the Biological Hazard sign to wear at the company Christmas party.

Or as a sticker to place on the back of your friend when you go to a bar?
Posted by BMN on 10/05/17 at 05:08 PM
"No Enrty"
Posted by Richard Bos on 10/08/17 at 04:04 AM
How about panties that read "Come In! We're Open!" or "Sorry... We're Closed"?
Posted by Brian on 10/10/17 at 04:52 AM
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