Sunday, March 28, 2010

"again"


Someone claims this is not our first beef rib shortage. But I disagree. Snarkily. Thanks, Colin.

6 comments:

lxndr said...

Clearly, they're saying that they don't have the "again" that belongs to Beef Rib.

Roland said...

Too bad about that apostrophe.

Without it, the word in quotes could mean either "still" or "I can't remember how to spell 'Asian,' but you know what I mean."

toep said...

Perhaps they could make it MORE confusing by adding a comma after the 'beef'. Then it would read "We have no beef, rib's 'again' "

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Kirsten said...

Going along with lxndr, I'd say it's a ransom note and that when No Beef Rib enters the restaurant, he'll know exactly who or what "again" is.

Alice Sanvito said...

Let's not overlook the unnecessary apostrophe. Every time someone misuses an apostrophe, God kills a bunny. Please, remember the bunnies!