Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Ok USA


The indiscriminate use of quotation marks here raises questions for me, but the patriotic conclusion really has me confused. Ironically, the one term that could legitimately bear quotation marks ("indigestion") is the only one not quoted. Thanks, Kim.

10 comments:

deckardcanine said...

I also find it curious that the quotation marks and "OK USA" were handwritten on an otherwise decent printed sign. Someone's idea of a prank?

Michael said...

I didn't know feminine hygiene products or toilets could even get indigestion...

Kay Arr said...

My only clue is that sometimes in dormitories signage must be approved by a member of the administration - perhaps someone's initials are U.S.A.?

lattégirl said...

I strongly suspect a regular reader of this-here blog added the quotation marks, then took the photo.

What a great idea!

Jyl said...

"OK USA" is a slangy saying...sort of like "See you later alligator". Maybe it's just a Canadian thing?

Buffy said...

@lattegirl--that's pretty much what I was going to say, but you beat me to it.

Dennis G said...

"OK USA" is a line from the movie Bloodsport with Jean-Claude Van Damme. Very funny indeed.. :)

FlagFreak said...

"Please"...."No"

"Feminine Hygiene"

"Products in the toilets".

"It gives them"
INDIGESTION!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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OK U•S•A

Zanshin said...

Maybe they were meant to be rays for emphasis instead of quotation marks? That would explain their being handwritten.

Melvin said...

Nice post ....
thanks for sharing...



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