This is a great site! Maybe all the attention its getting will help the rampant quoters to get a "clue."
Another thing that really bugs me is the indiscriminate use of apostrophes in which the plural becomes the possessive.e.g. free kitten's to a good home;Tony's Photo's, etc.They show up everywhere in business signs, where a little proofreading and the use of a dictionary would have avoided the error. Doesn't anyone understand proper English usage?
I want to see a cinnamon roll shaped like a hand.
I think you're reading this all wrong. The quotation marks at the end are entirely appropriate; the restaurant is simply pointing out that their cinnamon rolls are in fact Desserts inches in diameter - therefore Desserts". The fact that "Desserts" is technically not a number is no reason to criticize them for using a perfectly cromulent system of measurement to define the diameter of their cinnamon rolls.I know you're my ladyfriend and all, but I have to tell you that you're way off on this.
Two desserts, so two apostrophes?
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