A month ago, just before school started, I saw workers paint a space blue and stencil in a disabled symbol in front of Meitarim School.
Apparently the public needed to be educated as to what the new parking [or not] space was for, because today I saw a sign has been added.
The Hebrew gave me a laugh!
It says "Chabek, nashek, ve-SA!"
These three imperatives mean "Hug, kiss, and GO."
And then, to make it even clearer: "This space is only for picking up and letting off" [referring to your schoolchildren passengers, of course].
Needing a picture for K Day at ABC Wednesday, I snapped the sign.
Now I'm thinking how this sign somehow reminds me of the old Australian joke "Koala: eats roots and leaves."
BTW, AustralianFauna.com says "koala" comes from an Aboriginal word meaning "no drink," as these animals get enough fluids from the eucalyptus leaves they feed on.
(Linking also to Lesley's signs, signs meme.)