In the mockumentary, "Team Thor", there is a scene where Thor translates a sign on his door as saying

Keep out, Daryl

Is that what it actually says in any discernable language or is it just a bunch of random runes on a plaque?

Here is the sign:

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  • The runes themselves don't all look familiar, so I suspect it's just random runes (some made up, some legitimate historical runes). Plus, that's way too long to just say "keep out, Daryl". – KutuluMike Aug 31 '16 at 0:27
  • @kutulumike its length is what I found most curious. If it does represent letters of some kind then it's meaning would probably be much more interesting than 'keep out'. – Matthew Green Aug 31 '16 at 0:33
  • It could be "Asgardian" (e.g. fictional) and mean something flowery. – KutuluMike Aug 31 '16 at 1:08

It's nonsensical. The top row is the same seven characters repeated, and the lower row is a different set of seven characters repeated. They look similar to Elder Futhark, but some of them don't match anything in that set of runes. The top row is:
The lower row is:
Not sure what the runes above the top row and below the bottom row are.

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