Here are two signs I saw downtown recently.
I photographed this one from the bus, praying all the while that the light would stay red for just a few seconds more. Luckily for me, it did.
Translation: “The sign for Harat [the name of the establishment] used to be here. The municipality, out of the goodness of its heart, imposed a ‘modest’ tax on the sign, so we simply took it down.”
Now for this one, which I saw on a sidestreet near the open-air market:
Translation: “British out! Down with the White Paper!”
(Pretty retro, I’d say. This is the same type of sign as the ones that tell us that on Passover we should buy elephants, and that in February we should carve soap. Well, it did make an ordinary shopping trip more interesting.)