Saturday, September 20, 2008

value-esque


Angus saw this one in Melbourne, Australia. Evidently it depends on your definition of value.

5 comments:

Lucy Corrander said...

On torn-off paper.

Lucy

PICTURES JUST PICTURES

SammyIAm said...

I now know after a brief Google search, that VIctoria is a state in Australia. I must admit at first however, I was thinking to myself, "Who's Victoria?!"

MC said...

I don't think "quotation marks" are "unnecessary" in this case as it appears to be quoting from the research report noted at the bottom (hence the torn paper).

Am I right? If so, EPIC CORRECT USAGE!

Carolyn Nguyen said...

Hmmm. To double or single quotation mark in Australia? The Style manual, published by the Commonwealth Government Printing Office, recommends the use of single quotation marks. Safeway needs to be more consistent.

Tim said...

They have the same thing for Woolworths stores, too. Only they Australia instead of Victoria.