I bought a "good" tire once and two weeks later it blew out on the highway just West of Annapolis. It's okay though, because I had a "good" time changing it out by myself at the side of the highway while everyone honked.
Actually, their sign says they have used tire. Just one. So if you need a set of four, you'll have to take 3 new tires, and one used one.
It doesn't say they sell "good" tires. It just says they buy and sell "good." Maybe their prices are "competitive."
The faces in the Os appear to be showing appropriate concern instead of smiling.
I think they're acknowledging their adjective/adverb problem with the words "good" and "well."
I'd like to buy a good welcome, please. How much?
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