Sunday, June 28, 2009

"awe"


I guess when you see that, you can be in awe, or just say "awe." Thanks, Sara!

11 comments:

bluegrassbouldering said...

not-too-obvious atheist placards ftw.

Sam said...

Maybe the author had intended to say "How could 'u' not be in 'awe'?"...

toep said...

PERHAPS if it was spelled "ahhh"?

Theron Schultz said...

"A Wonderful Experience"

Maharet said...

why? why would anyone put awe in quotations?

The Den Mother said...

And that's not to mention the omitted question mark.

Jamie said...

I love that this "blog" exists! For as long as I've known my mother-in-law (20 years this year, if I'm doing the "math" correctly), she sends greeting cards in which she "encloses in quotations" the words she particularly wants to emphasize. F'rinstance:

Doggerel doggerel doggerel
You're a "great" daughter-in-law!
More thumping bad poetry
The "best" we ever saw!

Love it! If she only did it to my cards, I'd assume she actually meant the quotations accurately as irony, in-law relationships being so often strained... but she does it to her son and her grandchildren, and after this long she and I are very close. So she's just mistaken.

Liane said...

I love it! What a great idea for a blog.

David said...

I know. As an atheist I am totally in "awe" of this message.

J Auclair said...

And what does "settled" mean in this context?

Melvin said...

Pictures are good....
thanks for sharing...



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