40 Funny And Embarrassing Airport Pickup Signs
People those who travel a lot have their own fair share of airport experiences. Most of the time, these experiences are quite memorable.
Interesting people found ways to make arrivals a bit more exciting. The ways basically involve going to an airport with a little twist of creativity. Listed below are some of the best – and especially unforgettable – airport greeting signs.
Take a look!
#1. May the FORCE be with you.
#2. Mommy’s going to be… proud?
#3. What a way to greet your father who’s a soldier.
#4. If you’re a big Star Wards fan, you know exactly why it’s “FATHER.”
#5. One way to paint a smile on your wife’s face!
#6. When you’re about to meet someone on Christmas eve.
#7. Cuteness overload!
#8. Florida it is!
#9. So, what now, Tom? Will you say “yes” or what?
#10. Can anything get cuter than this?
#11. Meeting Johnny who actually has a chocolate factory in Australia.
#12. Best. Dad. Ever.
#13. When your brother-in-law picks you up at the airport.
#14. Just read it.
#15. Mission accomplished!
#16. Boy’s reaction is priceless.
#17. No wonder his brother wouldn’t want to meet him.
#18. Well, at least, he’s a supportive son.
#19. When you ask your neighbor to go pick you up.
#20. These guys definitely miss their parents.
#21. Wow. That’s a lot of information.
#22. When your roommates decide to pick you up at the airport.
#23. How’s this for a start Mokie?
#24. Yup, daddy still loves you!
#25. This seriously needs a trophy!
#26. “WE R OUT OF UNDERWEAR.”
#27. Imagine the disappointment of other people.
#28. If this greeted you at the airport, would you be happy?
#29. The couch.
#30. Keyword: IMODIUM.
#31. No wall. No Wall.
#32. This is how boyfriends should greet their girlfriends at the airport.
#33. Ah, what sweet little kid.
#34. Just take a time to read this one slowly.
#35. De-briefing incoming!
#36. This one’s dedication is top-notch.
#37. Kids nowadays are experts in savagery.
#38. “Mr Snowden.”
#39. When you’re such a Game of Thrones fan.
#40. Remember not to tell him your full name – and nickname.