Now, before someone tries it, it's still not correct even if someone SAID it's the best. They're not saying who they're quoting, and you can't just put someone's quote in the middle of a sentence like that. Think before you type.
"more "best" breakfasats"breakfasat? I got nothing.
yeah.... typos happen.
To be fair, I can but wonder if at least some of these unnecessary quotes-as in this case-result from frivolous lawsuits: http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m3190/is_43_33/ai_57104504I can believe that some business owners would employ quotes in order to qualify their claims of "best", "fastest service". "Some"...but like you, I suspect that most are simply hopelessly illiterate. Those are easy to spot by their other errors. JMHO. :)
Maybe the toaster “waffles” would taste better if they weren’t just slices of bread.
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