Friday, March 28, 2008

really sarcastic about negative statements


We've seen sarcastic "no" and "not" before, but what I like about this one is that EVERY negative word is in quotation marks. It's like it's really a positive place, except for all the prohibitions. Thanks, David.

7 comments:

TheJay said...

I like how they use the phrase "basket balls."

Anonymous said...

Shoes must remain on feet in the theme area. I suppose I could put them on my ears if I weren't in the theme area? Well then, I know where I'll be...

Andi said...

At least they're consistent. They're consistently stupid, but still consistent.
And why do we seem to have so much QM abuse at places that cater to our young ones? They'll grow up and abuse them even more. The never ending circle of life :(

Anonymous said...

Swords???

Foosball must been more intense then I remember it...

Shaggy Brown Fedora said...

I get the feeling that would confuse the crap out of Borat.

BatmanAoD said...

Wow, that sounds like an awesome play place--swords? Although really, what's the point of swords if you can't hit people with them?

Also, the way they phrase the "shoes" rule makes it sound as if any and all shoes that enter the play area...stay in the play area.

As do the feet they came in on.

Anonymous said...

theme area, huh. they couldn't come up with a more colorful, exciting name for a playspace? "mommy, i wanna go play in the theme area! i promise i won't run or eat or climb or take my shoes off, or do anything else that's characteristically child-like!!"