Saturday, January 23, 2010

oh do you?


I don't really know what this sign means, I assume it really means they reserve the right NOT to serve anyone. But that's not what they said, is it? Or MAYBE it's implied by the quotation marks. Thanks, Seth.

6 comments:

Colin said...

Past-tense?

Matthew said...

I think "Anyone" is a band — a band whose members tip very well, you see. So all the restaurants in the area want to serve them. But this band is an affable bunch, and, wanting to avoid tensions among competing restaurants, they take reservations for who serves them. This sign is just bragging.

toep said...

Okay Matthew, that took a bit of creativity.

Kiryn said...

Well, they reserved the right. They apparently don't any more. Maybe they were too confused by the wording and gave up.

Colin said...

If they reserved it, then nobody else can use it.

toep said...

I guess Colin's explanation covers all those who want to reserve the right NOT to serve....