Saturday, March 08, 2008

how personal?


Dean sent me this one. I don't know what kind of "personal touch" these accountants have, but I probably don't want to know.

7 comments:

Karen said...

The quotation marks should definitely be around the word "Accountants." In Latin, doesn't "priva" mean "private" or "privates" and "tactus" mean "touch"? Just how personal are these accountants getting?

Anonymous said...

all this privates and the touching, and then they combine it with a cactus? sounds like south-of-the-border s&m. too kinky for my blood.

Jeff said...

"Please use this doll to show the court where the accountant 'personally touched' you"

Andi said...

Eek. I'm kind of afraid of a world we live in where at least one person at the office didn't go "ya know, personal touch could mean...". I know we can't be the only ones with our minds in the gutter!

pmd said...

I wonder if they are actually functioning as a "massage parlor" during "off hours".

Anonymous said...

My opinion...because the phrase is being used as a slogan, the use of the quotes is appropriate

Anonymous said...

This is, in fact, 100% correct. If it were to say: The "Personal" Touch, or even; The Personal "Touch", THEN I would worry - as it is, it's dead on the money - providing a quote of the company's motto within, er... quotation marks. (*Grin*)