I don't know, I kind of have to debate this one... I mean, "back to school" is a pretty common term in marketing and advertising, so it really is sort of a manifested term necessitating at least some typographical indication. Just a thought!
Meh, I still say unnecessary. Every time they're used around slang like that, I imagine some old coot typing up the sign and shaking his head saying "Kids today and their newfangled language and electronic phonographs and the interwebs. I just don't understand."And I laugh every time.
what's a "manifested term"? And why does it need quotation marks? So that we know that the writer knows its a cliche?
Too much Ph.D. school, Nolan! (You can spot the grad students a mile away....)
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