You just signed up for this cool forum where everyone is having a great signature and you desperately need one as well. Or, you need a new status that you can post on a social media site that you are a member of.
My advice would be to visit the Coolsig website and take a look at their signature archive. Categories include People and Society, Oddballs, Humor and Geeky Signatures.
Some of my favorites include "I'm not normally a praying man, but if you're up there, please save me, Superman!" - Homer Simpson", " A hacker does for love what others would not do for money." and "Stewardesses is the longest word that is typed with only the left hand."
The website has been online since 1995 which is an incredibly long time for a website. When you count the available signatures, you will notice that the total count exceeds 2000 signatures. It should be obvious that you can use the signatures for other situations as well, a status update on Facebook for instance, as an email signature, or just a feel-good message to a friend or colleague.
If you visit the website regularly, you may want to check out the new signatures link at the bottom of the page you are on to get a listing of the latest ones that have been added to the signature database.
The signature count went up to almost 4500 signatures in the last couple of years. The website provides you with enough categories that you can browse to find new and unused signatures for use in forums, emails or on social networking sites.
One thing that is missing is a search option to find signatures based on words or items that you are interested in at that point in time. Regardless of that, the site is one of the best sites to get a quick signature fix whenever you need one.
Just browse one of the categories that you are most interested in to get started.
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