This is not the first time I’ve thought to myself…I hope everyone knows how lucky we are to have (mostly) code-compliant exits in the US. Thank you to Ben Menache of M&D Door & Hardware for the Wordless Wednesday reminder.
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# of operations:
1. Pull bust off table
2. Toss lamp off table
3. Pull table out from door
4. Push against crossbar
5. Realize door is bolted
6. Undo slide bolt
7. Push against crossbar
8. Vault across moat
9. Dodge swinging log
10. Fight dragon
11. Save kingdom
I can’t tell for sure but I think you also need to get the key to open the little red box and then remove the key inside the box to unlock the surface bolt.
Maybe if you can get the key out of the little red box, then you win the ice cream cone?
Does the round sign above the key box say that you can’t be eating Chinese Food or Ice Cream? That would make sure that both hands were free to exit with!
Sorry I will not touch that creepy looking bust….
wow I better brush up on international-speak. How do you get “EXIT” the “no tacos or ice cream” icon??
instead of #2, use base of lamp to break glass and get into the little red box
If an individual miraculously manages to bypass all the obstacles related to passing through this door – just remember no ice cream cones or what looks like popcorn are allowed past the door ! In reality nothing is getting past this door. I can only hope its not an emergency exit.
No ice cream cones?
The picture should have a caption that reads “I want YOU to NOT have free egress!”
Problems with this exit if this is a emergency exit
2.not properly marked with signage
3.not obvious that it is a emergency exit
4.requires key and tool
5.requires special knowledge
6.blocked exit routes