Friday, September 25, 2009

shrimply?


Here quotation marks seem to mean: warning, completely ridiculous pun approaching. Thanks, Lorie.

5 comments:

deckardcanine said...

I don't really mind their presence this time, but somebody flip that end mark.

bookworm6 said...

this is my first time on this blog and it reminds me of the other day when i asked the worker at a small country store near where i live why their sign said really "fresh" "salmon"

i read about this in readers digesr congrats (at least i think it was you :) )

toep said...

I agree deckardcanine, those reversed quote marks put a strange slant on the word best.

Jarrod said...

a corporation's "slogan" has a long history of appearing in quotes.

Megan said...

I think the quotes are okay here. I take it as someone saying that their food is the best, not just a slogan. egh.