Wednesday, October 31, 2007

I'll just have a salad.


Bryan sent me this about a month ago, and it got buried. But I dug it up this morning. I think it's a drug front. "Appetizers" means meth, "order" means ask in the secret special way. With money.

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

that is pretty wise of you to not order anything else than that :)

Anonymous said...

*other than that* sorry

Bryan said...

I'm ashamed to say this place actually made an additional sale because of their unnecessary quotation marks. I didn't think to take a picture the first time, so I went back the next day for lunch and acted like I was texting on my phone so I could snap a picture. :)

Bryan said...

Dare I commend them for at least putting the exclamation point inside the quotation mark, or should I just assume that was a happy coincidence?

Jeff said...

Hmmm... not looking like much is made to order there

Skip said...

I just found you blog. I have to say, I'm a little intimidated to even leave a post with using my display name as you would then be able to view my site and most assuredly over time be able to point out unnecessary quotation marks.

This is a great and fun blog.

"Thanks."

stat30fbliss said...

What a coincidence, Im made fresh to, "order", as well. Now I have some competiion.

moon ting said...

lovely, writing everyday notes with daily photos, when thousands words are theoretically needless. ;)

Ellen A said...

Hello and thank you.
I love your blog. What a fantastic idea and very inspiring.
Here in the UK, we are similarly terrorised by rogue apostrophies.
I might just start a campaign...
Keep up the good work.

CityStreams said...

LOL- Since I started lurking on this blog I've become so paranoid about my quotation mark usage. But it is really fun to see the silly ways people use them :o)

Leslie W said...

Doesn't anyone have a problem with all of these ridiculous, sideways pictures that are added to the end of comments? Ridiculous

Christina said...

Absitively posolutely squeetastic!

Seriously though, thanks for the laugh!