Saturday, October 16, 2010

"with seeds"

This makes me think they added fake seeds to a seedless watermelon. I wouldn't try to grow your own watermelons with them anyway. Thanks, Kimberly.

1 comment:

AlvisHork said...

I think this is a legitimate use of quotation marks. "With Seeds" in this case is like the nickname of this type of watermelon. If it had said "Watermelons 'with seeds,'" that would have been incorrect. Instead they are "with seeds" watermelons. It's like Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, or whatever his real name is.