A Seattle gas station has become an viral hit with people sharing the funny and thought provoking messages it posts on its roadside sign.
The Wallingford Chevron used to advertise cheap deals on tyres and services on its sign, but when owner Jim Bernard stopped doing auto repairs and started selling groceries, the roadside advertisements were no longer needed.
Instead of knocking the noticeboard down, Jim and his manager Cassandra Spangler started posting witty, observational messages to brighten people’s days.
One read: “My husband said I never listen to him, or something like that,” while another said: “This is my step ladder, I never knew my real ladder.”
Cassandra said: “People see so many signs on the road asking them to buy something and this is a pleasant change.
“I believe it affects the community in a happy way.”