Maybe they think all foreign words should have quotation marks. Even rather well-known ones.'Course, given the elementary school setting, someone's going to pronounce it "fawks."
I think if you put quotation marks around the word faux the universe will disappear . . .123"FAUX" *poof*
More importantly--what do the sideways quotation marks at the end signify?Is this a new and heretofore-undiscovered level of irony--the Higgs Boson of irony? Could we be on the verge of a dramatic punctuation breakthrough?
Did the same school offer lessons in creative literacy?Lucy
Weeeell more excusable than most. Obviously they see it as a weird, and maybe slightly pretentious foreign word.
I'm also intrigued by the sideways quotation marks.
Nope. It just makes it doubly fake.
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