Mark saw this sign at a resort in Cambodia. He thought the "massage" could be a legitimate euphemism, but offers this sign from the same place as evidence that it might be an error:
Can you put names of restaurants in quotation marks? I think this one might actually be quite elegant, because they help clarify that The Resort is the name of the place. Which leads us to the unanswered question. Just what kind of "massage"?
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