Monday, October 30, 2006

more food you "might" want to eat


thanks to frequent contributor Hailey who found this in a Great Wraps in San Antonio. I'm disappointed she didn't order it using air quotes.

reader maureen documents an additional case here. I suspect these quotation marks are meaningful, but it is still strange.

4 comments:

vikkitikkitavi said...

Never eat any food in quotation marks.

Diesel said...

I had the "meat" burrito last week, and it wasn't half bad.

Anonymous said...

Great blog; however, it's disappointed. Not dissapointed.

bethany said...

bah. the drawback of being a grammar pundit is your own mistakes are even more embarrassing. thanks for the catch.