Friday, February 08, 2008

different from a bag lady


I'll just go with what Sharon said, "Wow. They had me fooled . . . I really thought this WAS a bag! I'm not sure where the 'ladies' are supposed to squeeze their purchases though."

6 comments:

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Anonymous said...

I guess any woman who uses this "bag" is not a true lady? What does that say about the Bee Hive Gift Shop? Or the neighborhood? Those quotation marks have brought down the whole community! Tsk, tsk.

Anonymous said...

I live in a part of the world where that item would be called a sack and not a bag. I often find words rare here but more frequent back up north in quotation marks.

Jeff said...

I think this kind of sale discriminates against the plu-sized "ladies".

Anonymous said...

wait a minute.. words are rare where you live?

Anonymous said...

"I often find words rare here but more frequent back up north in quotation marks."

Meaning that.... Words that are rarely used here, but are often used up north, get put in quotation marks...


Sorry to translate you but it was a bit confusing!