We can't believe we read what we read. However, yes--it's real. No, it isn't photoshopped.

This happened.

Boise, over the years, and frankly Idaho as a whole, has seen its fair share of viral moments. Whether it was a feel good moment with a skateboarding lip-syncer or a terribly embarrassing political moment--we find our way into the spotlight online.

We just can't believe it has come to this.

If you've spent any time on the roads here in Idaho, you're familiar with the fact that it's always construction season. Signs often read that theres work or delays ahead, that lanes are closed, or that roads are closed.

A construction project on Star Road had something very different to say...

Idaho's Viral Traffic Sign Typo

What was going on over in Star, Idaho?

Why is there an entire construction sign dedicated to honking for male chickens? 

We're confused but we did enjoy the laugh.

From what we can tell online, the error has since been "fixed" but the internet has done what it does best, and had a lot of fun with the sign. We hope that nobody lost their job over the confusion in messaging!

Did you know that funny road signs are actually a part of Idaho's history? 

Hilarious Yellow Roadside Signs Are a Special Part of Idaho's History

Back in the late 1940s, Stinker Stations founder Farris Lind was notorious for his funny roadside advertisements. They invited you to a Stinker on one side and made you laugh on the other. Here are some of the best ones we have memories of!

We know most can pronounce that sign's obscure message...but can you pronounce these Boise streets? 

California Transplants Can't Pronounce These Six Boise Streets

These six street names have Boise newcomers confused! Can you pronounce them correctly?

Check out Idaho's Top 10 Most Congested Roads

Find out how many cars you share the road with on your daily commute.


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