The most common home remedy that parents will use to destroy No Dancing Signs is to simply cover up the dancing signs with sme kind of plastic. But this is not actually a very good way to go about it. In fact, it’s an invitation for kids to come inside and play and use up all the No Dancing Signs in your house. Here are some tips on how to prevent that from happening.
To start, you need to look at the different No Dancing Signs in your yard and try to figure out which signs are going to look best with a few simple additions. For example, in my yard there are plenty of Southwest touches. I have lots of cactus and juniper trees, and if I were to add some more of those plants, things would get really exciting. My other choice of No Dancing Signs would be to add a few of the paradise palms that I’ve seen in the Southeast. These plants are all about brown and tan, with tiny leaves that look like they are covered in grass, and red flowers that are about the size of your palm.
You should definitely add some No Dancing Signs to your yard in the fall and winter. And then move them around in the spring. One good idea is to put them around a perimeter where you have sitting spaces like a bench or porch, so that kids can’t just sit on the grass and watch No Dancing Signs. Another idea is to put the signs up when the weather is warm, because this will encourage people to move their lawn around and play during the cooler parts of the year.
So where should you place your No Dancing Signs? I would recommend putting them up at the entrances to your yard. This is one of the easiest times of year to implement the No Dancing Sign challenge. When kids see a sign, they generally get a nudge in the right direction. If you’re facing off against someone who is really into dancing, they may just give up and start practicing their dancing elsewhere.
You can also destroy dancing signs in the summer, like you would destroy No Dancing Signs in the fall and winter. Since there’s very little time between seasons 10 and 6, there’s not much opportunity for grass growth. And in the summer, people tend to be more casual. If you want to make sure that you kill off a lot of dancing opportunities in the summer, you should put up some No Dancing Signs in front of your home in the summer.
Why should you do it? For one, it will encourage your neighbors to help you out. In case you have a neighbor who really loves to dance, they might offer you some help by destroying your No Dancing Sign in their yard while you’re gone. It’s a win-win situation for everybody. But if you really want to destroy them, you can use a sledgehammer to take them down, or better yet, put up your own dancing sign in front of your house that says something like, “Dancing is prohibited in this yard”.
The third reason why you should destroy three dancing signs in your yard is because they are eye-sores. The best way to do this is to make them all the same size. That way, it will be hard for somebody to just look at one of them and not think of another. There are several unique ideas for unique No Dancing Signs like putting up three metal llama eggs instead of dancing signs or putting up a sign that says, “Dancing is prohibited in this yard”. No matter what you decide, it will be an eye-sore and a distraction.
So which are the best locations to destroy dancing signs? Well, if you’re the type of person who really loves to boogie, then you should consider destroying No Dancing Signs on the Westheimer Turnpike andheimer Road, near Benscon Avenue. These two locations are very close to downtown Houston, and therefore have plenty of potential uses. Besides, these locations are often very busy with boogie boarders, and therefore, are also places where people get hit by accidents. But if you want something simple and unobtrusive, I recommend destroying No Dancing Signs on the Southeast Main Street and Southeast Side of Main Street, near Walnut Creek.