When is a door not a door? My grandsons would answer, “When it is ajar!”
But these “doors” are not ajar!
I guess that a door-shaped, door-sized object with hinges, that is installed into a door opening, COULD be expected to function as a door, so if this (former?) door doesn’t function as a door, the building owners are making it clear that everyone knows it is NOT A DOOR!
The building owners for the second photo did a pretty good job of eliminating the door, but I guess they didn’t want to go so far as to remove the doorbell! It does make me wonder what happens when someone rings the doorbell, and you know that someone will!
Reminds me of a Knock Knock joke:
|Doris locked that’s why I am knocking!|
“Doris now a wall, that’s why I’m ringing the doorbell!”
Anderson Lock installers have been asked to add signage to doors they install, but so far haven’t had to deny that any of our doors are doors!
I probably should have saved these for April Fool’s Day, but it appears that they are year ’round non-doors, so I decided to have a little bit of Friday fun inDoors!