The Funniest Protest Signs From Trump’s Visit To The UK

As you’ve probably noticed, we love reporting posting about Trump’s adventures on this site. Currently he’s visiting UK, so here are the funniest protest signs made by some brilliant UK citizens… Continue reading »

Hilariously Polite Protest Signs

Some people just can’t help themselves: they couldn’t be mean if they tried to. I suspect that most of them are Canadians… Continue reading »

The Funniest Anti-Trump Protest Signs

These people are convinced that Donald Trump’s presidency is a terrible mistake and are not afraid to tell it to the world via hilarious signs. Continue reading »

The Funniest Protest Signs From Trump’s Visit To The UK

Donald Trump is in the UK for his first visit since becoming president. and people have been protesting the President’s trip across the country. During last year’s Trump protest, one of the things people enjoyed was the really great signs. People had clearly gone to a lot of effort as they were works of art. Continue reading »

Sign Of The Times: Protest Signs That Sum Up The Sixties

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The Sixties were a time of social upheaval and calls for change in the US and much of the Western world.

To celebrate the grassroots countercultural movements of the 1960s, we’ve hand picked some of our favorite protest signs from this decade. To mix things up, we felt we had to throw throw in a couple of very reactionary signs as well. We think these conservative views illustrate some of the mainstream thinking a lot of progressive people felt so fed up about, to the point where drugs and loud music became a perfectly reasonable responses. Continue reading »

The Funniest LGBTQ Support Signs

When it comes to protest signs, some people get brilliant ideas. We have previously featured Anti-Trump Protest Signs, Anti-Brexit Protest Signs, and Extremely Polite Protest Signs. Now it’s time to check out the funniest creations by the LGBTQ community. Continue reading »

Hilariously Polite Graffiti

It’s nice to be nice. When protesting or tagging a wall, remember to be like as polite as Canadians! Continue reading »

The Best Press Photos Of The Year 2015

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Rime ice extends several feet horizontally from a sign marking the summit of 5,774-foot Mount Adams, the second highest mountain in New England, on Tuesday, November 17, 2015, in northern New Hampshire. Monday’s freezing fog and strong winds formed the rime ice, creating a winter wonderland above treeline in New Hampshire’s aptly named White Mountains. (Photo by Robert F. Bukaty/AP Photo)
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Best of The Washington Post Photography 2014

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Participants sing hymns as the sun attempts to break through clouds as the Capitol Church leads the 36th annual sunrise Easter service at the Lincoln Memorial on April, 20, 2014 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Bill O’Leary/The Washington Post)
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Daily Life in Cuba

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People are seen on a street in Havana December 17, 2014. Stunned Cubans celebrated an apparent end to decades of conflict with the United States on Wednesday after both governments said they would restore diplomatic relations cut off in 1961. Many said they expected a restoration of ties would lead to the end of a U.S. economic embargo against Cuba, which is vilified daily in the official media and which Cubans accept as a key cause of widespread poverty on the island. (Photo by Reuters/Stringer)
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Reuters Pictures of the Year 2014, Part 8

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A Kurdish Peshmerga fighter launches mortar shells towards Zummar, which is controlled by the Islamic State (IS), near Mosul, in this September 15, 2014 file photo. (Photo by Ahmed Jadallah/Reuters)
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Hong Kong Occupy Central Daily Life

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A pro-democracy protester wearing a Guy Fawkes mask holds a yellow umbrella and a banner in the part of Hong Kong’s financial central district protesters are occupying November 2, 2014. The former British colony of Hong Kong, which returned to Chinese rule in 1997, has witnessed a month of protests calling on the Beijing-backed government to keep its promise of introducing universal suffrage. The protests have for the most part been peaceful, with occasional clashes between the student-led protesters and Beijing supporters seeking to move them from the streets. (Photo by Damir Sagolj/Reuters)
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The Umbrella Revolution

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Pro-democracy protesters hold umbrellas under heavy rain in a main street near the government headquarters in Hong Kong late Tuesday, September 30, 2014. The protesters demanded that Hong Kong’s top leader meet with them on Tuesday and threatened wider actions if he did not, after he said China would not budge in its decision to limit voting reforms in the Asian financial hub. (Photo by AP Photo)
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Hong Kong Demands Democracy

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A protester raises his umbrellas in front of tear gas which was fired by riot police to disperse protesters blocking the main street to the financial Central district outside the government headquarters in Hong Kong, September 28, 2014. (Photo by Tyrone Siu/Reuters)
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Sochi Prepare for 2014 Winter Olympics


Austrian alpine skiers (LtoR) Georg Streitberger, Klaus Kroell, Max Franz, Joachim Puchner, Romed Baumann pose in the Olympic Rings on February 4, 2014 at the Mountain Olympic Village at the Rosa Khutor Alpine centre, four days prior to the start of the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympic Games. (Photo by Fabrice Coffrini/AFP Photo) Continue reading »