OK, regardless of the quotation problems, that's a HILARIOUS sign. I like that threat and may use it sometime.....
Karen: see the link for many variations. I'm surprised you haven't encountered this before.
Aren't the quotes actually necessary because they actual do intend sarcasm?
At least it's not "A" puppy. And they probably wanted it to be clear that the Red Bull in question was an energy drink, not an animal. (?)
Guess it's a stuffed toy.WV: dingl -- The puppy could use a dingl ball.
I don't even mind the quotation marks, what a great idea!
Isn't that illegal if they're under 18?
Uh, yeah, but these quotations aren't wrong. It's a "Red Bull" and "Puppy", which isn't a red bull and puppy, but a stranger's genitals. Hello? For quotation snobs you're really disappointing with your own stupidity (only "applies" to "commentators").
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