Vince Rozmiarek, a Colorado native, is the man behind the witty signs and many of them go viral on the internet.
There's nothing quite like seeing a funny sign on the road and chuckling to yourself. The people of Indian Hills Community in Colorado are lucky as they find quirky signs cropping up every two weeks. Vince Rozmiarek, a Colorado native, is the man behind the street signs and he's loving it just as much as the people. Sample this: "The only thing flat-Earthers have to fear is sphere itself.” Rozmiarek has become quite a celebrity in the area with neighbors and passersby enjoying his wit. One of his first street signs to go viral read, “Just because you're offended doesn't mean you're right.” It got shared widely. “People have adopted it for their own causes all over the world,” said Rozmiarek, reported The Denver Channel.
Another one that stirred up the internet was his sign "Turning vegan would be a big missed steak." The sign was vandalized allegedly by a vegan restaurant, which stole the letters and refused to give them back. "Our response was to send a post with a picture of a cow with a knife to its head saying ‘You have 24 hours to give our letters back or the cow gets it,’ said Rozmiarek. Following a few hilarious letters back and forth, they returned the letters with some vegan donuts. He loves making people laugh. He had created a Facebook page that now has more than 150,000 followers. “It's a labor of love and I enjoy making people smile,” said Rozmiarek. “Also, because I'm constantly looking for new material, it keeps me in a good mood cause I'm always looking and creating funny stuff.”
Here's some of his funniest work: