27 Funny Signs That Prove Alaskans Have The Best Sense Of Humor Ever

These Funny Signs Are Will Have You Laughing Out Loud

 By: Courtney Dowd-Stanley 

If you live in Alaska or you've ever visited, chances are high that you've seen some of the most hilarious, jaw-dropping roadside signs ever. In Alaska, bigger is better. And when it comes to humor, Alaska has that niche pinpointed down to a tee. While these funny signs are sometimes wildly inappropriate, there is no denying that Alaskans know how to laugh through life and constantly keep a great sense of humor. 

Flickr - JLS Photography - Alaska
1: No, it's not a community of chickens. It's, Chicken! A community. Population: 7.  Flickr - Jimmy Emerson, DVM
2: Not a crab lover? Seat's taken!  Flickr - _T604, copyright Bob Lai
3: Say, whaaat? Check out: Alaska's haunted Brothel Museum that'll transport you back in time Flickr - Allan Watt
4: Only in Alaska can you purchase buckshot and bobby pins in the same location. "His and hers" at it's finest!  Flickr - Allan Watt
5: Slow! The snowmen are sleeping...  Flickr - Amy Goodman
6: When online dating fails, a life-sized billboard is a great second option. ;-)  Flickr - Amy Meredith
7: Well whether or not the sign is just a deterrent, that view sure is mind-blowing! WOW!  Flickr - AnetteWho
8: "Not exact but close enough" - HA! Alaska, we love you.  Flickr - Ann Glenn
9: If you weren't thinking about it before, you are now!  Flickr - Arthur Chapman
10: Nothing makes our mouth water more than cheap beer and lousy food.  Flickr - Brian
11: DO touch. Feeling all that furry bikini softness... because once you touch, it might be too irresistible to walk away from!  Flickr - David Grant
12: Nothing gets us in the mood to light off fireworks like giant gorillas in USA bikinis. Hilarious!  Flickr - Dennis Grice
13: That is just, wild! Only in Alaska.  Flickr - Ernest Svenson
14: Going out on a boat? Our friends at Miller's Landing in Seward take that whole 'no bananas' rule pretty seriously! ;-)  Flickr - Ianqui Doodle
15: Oh, poor Sarah Palin. She will never live down this famous SNL skit that people just couldn't get enough of. So much so that they made a sign out of it.  Flickr - Jeffrey L. Cohen
16: No jokes about this one... we take these signs very seriously! Keep Alaska clean folks, it's the most beautiful place in the world!  Flickr - Jimmy Emerson, DVM
17: When winter... and then spring... just won't go away! We dress up our snowmen and make the most out of the situation.  Flickr - JLS Photography - Alaska
18: Alaskans and their guns! We don't find shooting signs funny at all, but it is relatively common (and so strange) in this big, rural playground that we call home.  Flickr - Karl Palutke
19: The infamous Skinny Dick's Halfway Inn. This place is just... unlike anywhere else in the world, we reckon!  Flickr - Kelly Herrin
20: Whether you're a mermaid or a seahorse... just wash your hands and don't forget to sing "Happy Birthday" twice while you're doing it. 20 seconds of washing, please!  Flickr - loren chipman
21: By the time you've read this sign, chances are high that the mosquito's have already swarmed you from top to bottom (and everywhere in between).  Flickr - slashvee
22: The most egg-cellent sign for a town named Chicken.  Flickr - Jimmy Emerson, DVM
23: Hint: If you survive the Honeymoon Hotel, chances are high that you'll have a long lasting marriage. ;-)  Flickr - JLS Photography - Alaska
24: International relations, with a rugged-Alaska off-grid twist.  Flickr - dgershwin
25: Ketchikan, Alaska is filled with history and humor!  Flickr - Sean O'Neill
26: We love our puffin's so listen to what they have to say!  Flickr - Bernt Rostad
27: As the snow starts to melt (but not quick enough)... Remember to do whatever you possibly can to THINK SPRING!  Flickr - JLS Photography - Alaska
Looking for another great read? If you love Alaska's idyllic charm, check out these 11 charming Alaska small towns that'll leave you wanting more. Buckle up and prepare to enjoy: Road-Trippin' Alaska; Your perfect way to escape the crowds in 2020. Also, for all of your adventurers that like an off the beaten path experience, take a look at America's least-visited National Park located right here in Alaska. 
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Written by Courtney Dowd-Stanley 

1 comment

Love all of these, and collected a few more when we visited from Oz a few years ago.

Marjorie Chandler April 17, 2021

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