For the most part, the sign below announces a sound, sensible message:
If you can't read it, it's a (bilingual) reminder that women who are pregnant shouldn't drink alcohol. This is good advice.
So what's the problem? Nothing except the location of said sign: In the men's room of one of my favorite local restaurants.
This confused me. What was it doing in there? Were guys supposed to notice that while washing their hands and say, "Oh--I should remind my wife to have iced tea instead of a margarita while we're here tonight!" or something like that? I didn't have access to anyone in the Musings Research Department who could check in the women's room to see if they had a similar sign or if they'd simply put it in the wrong one.
Any idea what a female-specific sign is doing in a male-specific room? I'm stumped.