Friday, May 28, 2010

"free" here means "included"


Good to know you don't have to purchase actual food. Thanks, Joe.

5 comments:

Frank Klose said...

I'm glad the "manger" clarified this.

Michael said...

@ Frank: The "manger" works for ATT (AT&T?), so of course they can't spell.

terriblywrite said...

C'mon. Cut the guy some slack. At least he knew to use an apostrophe in "it's" -- That's got to be worth a few points.

StuartMcC said...

Do you get more "chips" if you buy fully-automatic "food" versus semi-automatic "food" ?

HunterMann said...

ATT. should have been written as atte. which is Spanish abbreviation for atentamente , meaning you are attending to a detail. It is used here unnecessarily, as the use of atte. is usually for serious written business correspondence, as a way of ending a letter. Instead of writing
Yours truly, John or Sincerily, John a person can write atte. John.... okay, for the non-bilingual reading this: atte. "Juan"