"Silver ware" actually does make sense, as their "silverware" presumably isn't actually made of silver.
hahaaa...now this was funny!
At least they got the apostrophe right in you're.Sorry, sorry, off-topic, I know.
..D) spoons may be..
What's the difference e\between a plate and a dish? Does "dishes" include bowls, glasses, gravy boats, etc.? If so, wouldn't that also already include plates?
Probably means they're actually using cheap plastic "cutlery" that won't cut "meat" or anything else...
Egads...superfluous quotation marks, randomly-colored words, and MS Comic Sans all in one sign! I am feeling nauseous...
and clearly they mean business, or heads will roll!
I was going to say the same about the you're apostrophe. "Kudos".
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