Me and Chairman Mao
  Sign language 5.
Another one of those signs you don't see every day. And no, it doesn't mean cautious pachyderms are nearby, but good thought. (Not really.) Either way, if you do happen to see such a sign, you should definitely heed it and be careful. Or carefull. Really, it's up to you. And whether or not you made it through the fifth grade, but that's something only you would know. Or no, as the case may be ...

(This picture was taken while visiting the Ankgor Temples in Siem Reap, Cambodia.)

See Sign language 1, 2, 3, and 4 for more.
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