Saturday, October 13, 2007

seriously, scram


Andria sent me this. "Get Lost" could easily be the title of the corn maze, or its slogan. I prefer to believe they didn't have the room to include a hyphen, indicating that they are attributing the quotation to the corn maze itself.

6 comments:

Jeff said...

My guess is that they want you to know that the title of the maze is "Get Lost" and they're not actually telling you to get lost.

Sawdust said...

Maybe they're letting you know that the maze isn't really very difficult. :-)

Jeff said...

^
ooh! good call!

sitboaf said...

I think you're both right. Therefore, I have no issue with these quotation marks.

Anonymous said...

Heh... I think the beauty of
Maize Maze
is a bit lost in the USA, where they only seem to grow corn.

Kevin M. Scarbrough said...

I prefer to think of this as the corn maze telling the humans to "get lost".