Tuesday, October 16, 2007

they work somewhere else


Vicky saw this at a McDonald's. Maybe the quotation marks indicate that the crew does not work directly under the sign, but in its general vicinity.

7 comments:

Minh Nguyễn said...

It&rsuo;s a stretch, but maybe they forgot a dash in front of 91st: after all, they could be attributing the word “here” to a band named 91st, and their greatest fan, Olive, all of whom have patronized this McDonald’s location.

Anonymous said...

I think they just used the quotation marks to distract from the glaring subject noun agreement error. The crew "works," not "work."

ssteve said...

I think they just used the quotation marks to distract from the glaring subject noun agreement error. The crew "works," not "work."

It would be correct if this McDonald's is in the UK.

BCS Crazy said...

Can you really claim a best McDonalds crew? They can barely stack cheese on beef!

Anonymous said...

I know that mcdonalds (at least i think i do) it's in Arizona, it's on 91st Ave & Olive

eleKtrofly said...

existential.

TPS said...

Your weird