This tequila stuff... I hear you can make Margaritas with it. And now "delicious Mexican food" to boot!
At least we can be assured there's tequila. The fact that it's the biggest thing on the sign and taqueria is tiny by comparison just shows how much more important the booze is.
Do they have food?
Sorry guys, but you're lowering your standards. This is a false positive because the quotation marks indicate that someone said so about the food you eat there. It's a praise. This is made obvious by the fact that there is nothing discursive outside of the marks. So, well, they're proper.
See, but you could make that argument or one like it for just about any improper use of quotation marks. It's really at the blogger's discretion which instances of questionable quotation mark usage make the blog.
@The Great Joe Bivins: so all question marks in signs are questionable? They all coul be improper? if so, I wouldn't even see the point of this blog. recording the use of question marks all over the world and laugh at their possible ambiguity? Not extremely interesting.
anonymous: you seem to be confusing question marks (?) with quotation marks ("). This is not the blog of improper quotation marks, it's the blog of unneccesary quotation marks. Since we don't know WHO said the food was delicious, the quotation marks don't really add anything, do they?if you still don't think this blog is very funny, I suggest you stop reading it.
Buzz Killington's 2 anonymous comments just sucked a year off my life. Hmm, If these quotes aren't really "unnecessary," then I may… begin to question… my very existence. :|Lighten up, Francis.
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