Friday, March 27, 2009

"free" for "customers"


I don't know why you need so much instructions for water at a restaurant, or what kind of cup-like vessel you drink it in. Maybe they have those cone ones found in some businesses. Thanks, Eric.

5 comments:

Evan Nelson said...
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Evan Nelson said...

Should there be a separate category for unnecessary color highlighting, e.g. the word ask?

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Laura Dotson-Thomson said...

Actually, it doesn't say ask for a cup, it says ask for 'cup', so I'm guessing you need to find a guy named "cup" and he'll get you the water-like stuff.

Jerod Poore said...

I think it's the dregs of water left over after they've done their 'free' hydrogen extraction to run their perpetual motion machine. 'Free' water being the opposite of 'heavy' water.

'Customers' in this case means 'suckers.'

Melvin said...

Amazing post...
thanks you very much....



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