Friday, October 12, 2007

innuendo anyone?


TZP temped in this building, which, according to her, "was in a very nice - though thoroughly corporate - building." She points out that the use of quotation marks sort of reminds us what these words mean in other contexts. Something I don't necessarily want to think about while sipping my morning coffee at work...

6 comments:

Rick said...

Don't blame you - that coffee mug might've been "inside" a turned-on "dishwasher".

Jeff said...

Does that mean they pretend to turn it on but once everyone leaves, they just have someone lick the dishes clean to save on the energy bill?

Anonymous said...

Now that's hysterical! What "goes on" at their office?

IARainman said...

what I thought was funny, and I'll quote "very nice - though thoroughly corporate..." so because soemthing is "corporate" we expect it not to be "nice?" What a silly statement.

Danny said...

There is no way I would eat that place
Danny
Grave maintenance and Care - Ireland!

Jason said...

also, doesn't the space between "dish" and "washer" indicate that a person washes the dishes? if so, that just further emphasizes their "turned on" innuendo!