Ha, I love how they put Artist in quotes, that alone is insulting to their guest. Ha, ha, how ironic?!
I didn't notice this looking at the sign in person, but now I see that the same store wanted people to know about an event happening "this day", by which they meant "long, long ago, in a place far, far away".
I'm on your side.The quotation mark thing has been bothering me all my life like a persistent buzzing insect.I think I was even considering a blog on the subject at one stage...I'll keep my eyes peeled. You, stay righteous!
"Not" Funny. Do I do that right?
HeySorry for spamming, but I really like your writings and wanted to ask you if we could exchange links? Please write me a comment in my blog (my everyday glamour) then I know that’s okay for you ;-) Hope you’re okay,Chililady from Austria
Thought you might like this picture of extremely unnecessary quotation marks...Found it on the side of a laundrymat in London.Great blog p.s.http://ualberta.facebook.com/photo.php?pid=31133819&l=40892&id=120400396
OMG! That had me LOL! Apart from the pics, its your "witty" writing. LOL. I couldn't resist that. Terrific job! :)
This one's a classic. Can you imagine how "honored" each month's "artist" must feel!Love the blog!
Wait--aren't they all "technically" unemployed anyway"?"
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