Sunday, January 17, 2010


Ok, either it's a real dougnut, or it's really cholesterol free. So maybe those quotation marks ARE necessary. Thanks, Alicia.


Anonymous said...

I'm concerned about the lack of a hyphen, implying that "cholesterol" is an adjective independent of "free." Guess it costs nothing and the price is right.

you gotta wonder said...

I love your site and will keep my eye out for unnecessary quotation marks. In your caption for this one though, it seems you found an "h" unnecessary. Typically the spelling is "donut" or "doughnut", not "dougnut". Interestingly, the Urban Dictionary lists the spelling "dougnut" as acceptable for use by Engineers. Since I'm an Engineer who generally sticks with using all of the right letters I reserve the right to overuse quotation marks. As may be the case in this comment.

Thanks for all the grins!