< Scratch Wiki:April Fools

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File:Go-sign.gif|An example of someone trying to copy the Scratch Team's stop sign. They were banned and destroyed.
 
File:Go-sign.gif|An example of someone trying to copy the Scratch Team's stop sign. They were banned and destroyed.
 
File:Apple Bug Sign.png|Apple's rip-off of the stop sign. They couldn't fix the A [?] bug.
 
File:Apple Bug Sign.png|Apple's rip-off of the stop sign. They couldn't fix the A [?] bug.
File:Stop Sign Drawing.png|A toddler's worst nightmare.
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File:Stop Sign Drawing.png|A banned toddler's worst nightmare.
 
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Latest revision as of 13:57, 20 October 2019

Rage icon.png This is an April Fools' Day version of Stop Sign. Please don't take it seriously. You can find the original here.
The Stop Sign is a tool patented by the Scratch Team. Often confused with stop signs on streets, the Stop Sign is a device that destroys the universe when you click on it.
A stop sign approved by the MUTCD and the Vienna Convention.
Note Warning: DO NOT CLICK IT

Attempting to destroy it will cause mass destruction everywhere.

Note Warning: All use of the Stop Sign or its design will cause destruction worldwide. Putting a stop sign in a project has a 100% chance of releasing a virus that will destroy all computers in the universe, and will result in a fine of $∞ given by the International Galactic Space Police Committee, who will send you to the Space Prison forever!
No, don't touch that!

– Robbie Rotten

Don't touch it!

– Shadow the Hedgehog, when Rouge was about to grab a Stop Sign disguised as a Chaos Emerald

Stop, wait a minute! Fill my cup, put some age appropriate beverage in it!

– What people say whenever someone uses the Stop Sign

Just picture a blue stop sign! It would be better than this!

– Heal Cat, Scratch Cat's opposite

Variations

Variations That Scratch Should Use

Best Stop Signs of 2019