Sunday, February 13, 2011

uh, right

This one doesn't even lend itself to a weird interpretation. Maybe you do have to do that? Huh? Thanks, Brandon.

2 comments:

lxndr said...

Obviously, the writer of the note really really wanted to use a contraction. The quotes around "do not have" are simply a small rebellion against the propriety of the dictator that forced this use of the language.

AnnaLisa said...

I like that this sentence employs a comma splice error on top of the quotation marks. Nice touch!