Saturday, August 21, 2010

bill "changer"

I'm guessing the person who added these quotation marks thinks it's more of a bill eater. Thanks, John.

6 comments:

Carolina Linthead said...

LOL! Hey buddy, can you change a twenty? Yep...I can change it from yours to mine!

bethany said...

haha, good one Carolina.

Classic Steve said...

Well, it's not like they magically transform your bills. They just trade you for 'em.

If it stops working, it's an ex-changer. :P

toep said...

Maybe the guy who put the quote marks on (they were obviously added) was NAMED Bill and wanted the machine to make a new man of him. However, i guess they only modify the 'Bills' because it says below: Bill to Bill....

Kateri Jochum said...

I actually think that this is a correct use of quotation marks. Obviously, it doesn't CHANGE the bills - turn them into paper airplanes, etc. It EXCHANGES paper money for coins. It doesn't even "make change" - because you get the equivalent amount back. Shocking, with so many misuses, that this might actually fly.

Paul said...

This is a correct usage. I'm so "disheartened". :)