At reception we were directed down a corridor and told about a few left and right turns. We didn’t listen to the full directions.
We walked to one of the external buildings and were a little lost when we came to a junction.
Thankfully there was a helpful sign directly in front of us that informed us that it was “Not the Early Pregnancy Unit.” Beside this sign was another, more helpful sign, pointing to the “Early Pregnancy Unit.”
Which sign came first? Why does the “Not” sign say what it isn’t rather that what it is? Is it a secret?