25 Hacked Road Signs

A recent fad almost as popular as planking is the art of hacking electronic road signs. It’s remarkably easy to sneak up to these things when nobody’s looking and input your own message for passersby to read. A quick Internet search will turn up instructions on how it’s done; here are 25 of the most epic road sign hacks ever.

I hope they bring the TARDIS.

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But don't worry, they're not very observant.

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Well. Somebody's bitter...

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A hacked sign from Gotham.

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Secretly, the police are looking for an escaped leprechaun.

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They flew out of Mike Myers' butt.

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I would totally stop for this one.

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Must be nearing this chick's house: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mTTwcCVajAc

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That guy is such a diva.

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Need more details. Are you a vampire? A ghost? Zombie?

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Only hardcore geeks are allowed to use this road.

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SRSLY PWNED!

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Watch your step.

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If you're reading this, they're already hunting you.

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Watch for falling fire and brimstone.

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Word, dawg.

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Now you know why there's no need to ask.

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She's enjoying a spa day with Zelda.

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A classic from MIT.

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Anybody know Mulder's cell number?

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It's not what you think. The Stake & Holy Water factory is just ahead.

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So you might as well stop at Starbucks anyway.

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Zombies are by far the most popular warning hacked into road signs.

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Where's Ash when you need him?

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