Friday, September 24, 2010

most of the time

Perhaps these quotation marks are designed to distance the writer from the misspelling. Thanks, Amy.

4 comments:

Darcy said...

British-speak for "Hallways?"

Gene said...

No, they mean dogs need to be leashed and cleaned up after in *all* ways. Oh, sorry, "all" ways.

toep said...

No, i think they are telling you to leash your dog and clean it up after "Allways". Whomever that is gets first dibs on the tub i guess.

Classic Steve said...

You're all wrong. They want you to clean up the dogs right after the use of the word "allways."