11 Ingenious Signs On The Simpsons

From 11 Points:

This is not a comprehensive list of the best signs ever seen on “The Simpsons”.

Because I don’t think that it would be possible to put together the 11 greatest signs on “The Simpsons”. Every single episode features at least three or four signs and, without fail, they’re clever. Business names, business slogans, messages on the church sign… for 20 years now, the writers have almost never missed.

So what I set out to do was put together a list of 11 signs featured on “The Simpsons” that I find to be exceptionally brilliant. And I know I left out some great ones. I had to. So with apologizes to Stoner’s Pot Palace, Flowers By Irene, no outside Eucharist and so many more, here are 11 ingenious signs on “The Simpsons”…

(via J-Walk)


  1. I’ve always loved “Something Wicker This Way Comes”, but I think Sneed’s is my new favorite.

  2. “Hidden” is an understatement for the Sneed one. This borders on encryption. I don’t even find it that funny…

  3. @4 – Apu runs the Kwik-E-Mart. The Try ‘N Save is the department store where Bart shoplifted Bonestorm. Catfeesh?

    And no, to answer your question, I haven’t had much of a life for the past twenty years.

  4. My favorite was always the trailer park with the sign that said something like, “This Trailer Park has been tornado-free for 47 days”, and the number could obviously be updated or reset to zero as needed.

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