Thursday, December 15, 2011

"do not" put nothing


It's rare to see both quotation marks and a double negative. What does it MEAN??? Thanks, Amy.

5 comments:

Gia said...

This one blows my mind. They definitely want you to put something there. Not just anything, but Something. Probably drugs.

mackthewriter said...

Begging for spare change?

toep said...

Go ahead, i double-dog-dare you, put nothing there. Except, wait, quote marks mean don't take the enclosed seriously. Yet you can't make something out of nothing... and is 'here' on or off the sign.

I feel a migraine coming on.

WV: coven, This somehow seems very appropriate for this entry.

Leian Felton said...

Ok, this one had me in stitches! This site is a new favorite find of mine! Please keep it up and I will keep a lookout for unnecessary quotes in my "future"!

Daniel said...

The way I see it, the double negative implies that you should put something there, but the quotation marks negate that... so maybe this sign is actually serving its purpose and saying what it means?!