Tuesday, March 04, 2008

pease


Shanna thinks this means "please" I suggest it's an exclamation of "peace!" but it is really quite open to interpretation.

12 comments:

Lynn said...

"Pease" porridge hot, "pease" porridge cold, "pease" porridge in the pot, nine days old.

Anonymous said...

Easy-peasy? I don't think so. This is so cryptic!

Suzie said...

I'm quite frightened by this! All the random symbols are leaving me quite un(p)easy...

Erik said...

Obviously, the drink must be some new sort of soda made from peas. :-)

Anonymous said...

I am SO glad I found this page. Out of all of the things in the world...war, famine, disease, American Idol, religious zealots and the rest...morons who don't know how to use quotation marks make me angrier than anything else.
Awesome page!

Jeff said...

Erik's got it.

ii !! "pease" ? *?i!

is my new favorite drink. mmmmmm, peas!

TheJay said...

Someone really likes Tom Pease...

Sarah said...

I don't see why, with all the *other* disembodied punctuation marks on that sign, the quotation marks have to be used roughly as intended.

Sonya said...

Maybe it's some rebel teenager that has not advanced past the age of 3 in their verbal skills?

Pease, Mom? Pease? I weawy want woot-beer!

Anonymous said...

gosh, i could really go for a tall, ice-cold glass of !!. what?? they're charging *?i! for a two-liter? pease!

sitboaf said...

Pease is the name of a former military base, now industrial park/airport here in New Hampshire, but that probably isn't helping matters…

Not quite the Bradys said...

I think it's a juvenille vandal's attempt at pluralizing (the obviously misspelled) "pee". One bottle of pee. Two bottles of "pease".