Friday, May 29, 2009

in a "hurry"


Anne sent me this one. I guess the festive atmosphere encourages a lot of fake hurrying.

10 comments:

Grace said...

athmosphere? [grin] That just makes the sign even better.

lattégirl said...

This confounds me. It makes me wonder if the wait-person times you while you scan the menu. Quickly! Quick! Hurry! I mean, how "fine" can this food be?

Frank 'Wizard' LaLonde said...

I'm thinking more along the lines of Montezuma's Revenge...

Pink said...

Everybody wants their food served fast, but in a hurry? Even without the quotes...that just seems to indicate poor quality. The weird quotes add to that impression!

Evan said...

Unnecessary quotation marks have always been my "pet" peeve. I'm so "glad" I found this site.

Kaitie said...

I "love" your "blog". How do we send you "submissions"?

William said...

It's a relative "hurry." Like they'll deliver your food in 45 minutes rather than 6 hours. Not anyone else's definition of a "hurry," but by their standards ...

American Brat 540 said...

The thinking behind these quotes may have been that "A la carrera" translates (loosely) into "in a hurry."

Papyrus Watcher said...

And in Papyrus too...great.

Melvin said...

Nice stuff....
thanks for sharing....

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