Thursday, July 24, 2008

maybe you can put in glass


Ben saw this at a law firm in Boston. I like to read it to mean that they think "no glass" is a hip new way of saying "we're cool."

6 comments:

Samantha said...

Or maybe "no glass" is an obscure reference to one of the old Fat Albert cartoon's classic "no class" jokes, in which one of the gang says Albert is like a plastic cup: No Glass.

nathancontramundi said...

They're cool, but the would benefit from a grammar review.

"This bins . . . "?

Carla said...

what firm?

dykewife said...

"i" "love" "your" "blog""!"

did you notice the subject/verb disagreement? "this bins is..."

since i started reading your blog yesterday i've been looking to see instances of inappropriate quotation usage.

it's truly sad when so-called professionals make such glaring errors. it doesn't motivate me to be a client, that's certain.

Christie said...

Can't. Get. Enough.
I just keep coming back here and I am never disappointed.

m_write_blog said...

I think "no glass" in "this bins" for charity means they "care" about "people" who need "charity," so don't put anything in there that might "injure" them...