Wednesday, September 17, 2008

pleasing to the "eye"


Arielle spotted this one. I guess this person is so overflowing with sarcasm they can't even put their quotation marks around appropriate words. At least it's only a "disgrace."

6 comments:

rspeed said...

One correct usage with "seasonal"! REJOICE!

john said...
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john said...

I really hope the "our response" section says, with quotes:

"SORRY"

-frequent-commenter-john

phredt said...

It's a secret code. Take each word in qoutes to form the phrase "Disgrace dry eye, seasonal 3." Obviously, this person watched season 3 of a television show and didn't cry. The question is do they feel disgraced because only a robot without feelings could watch season 3 without crying, or do they think the show disgraced itself with poor writing and acting?

Other important questions might be what show they were watching and why they submitted their coded commentary to a health foods store. But personally, i find the robot question more interesting.

PNB Dave said...

I'm not sure why, but i found this one of the most "amusing" examples here.

Bridgete said...

I'm confused by the use of the Psi symbol in between "pasta" and "cheese." I know this is a blog about quotes...but random Greek letters are pretty odd too.