Tuesday, November 20, 2007

they don't actually want you to call


Submitter Sean suggests that this one might make sense if you "envision this as some
radio ad where one person reads the part in quotes and then the phone number comes booming in with substantial echo on it."
I agree.

5 comments:

John said...

What is a "move call"? Maybe if they traded the quotes for a comma, it might make some sense…

kevyn said...

i can't stop laughing. love the capitals too.

Jeff said...

That's pretty good. I'm with john, I want to know what this "move call" is.

Anonymous said...

there should be a comma in there. like "for a gem of a move, call ______ "

Herman said...

I live in South Africa where grammar and writing is nightmarish.

I could only smile when I saw the following coming from Anu Garg's A.word.a.day:
This message was sent to "zr6hba@mweb.co.za".

I, me, myself, really received it even if the quotation marks suggests a wink and that it really was sent to somone else!