Unnecessary Quotation Marks

CateringKitchen489572

I would feel a lot more comfortable eating food at the DECC if it came from a catering kitchen instead of a “catering kitchen.”

26 Comments

vicarious

about 11 years ago

Is that where they prepare the "food"?

Paul Lundgren

about 11 years ago

Or is it where they "prepare" the food?

heysme

about 11 years ago

If what they serve is called "food."

pH

about 11 years ago

Obviously a clever front... suspect diverted shipments of curling brooms and lingonberry preserves.

Dave Sorensen

about 11 years ago

Maybe "they" can "use" your "photo" on this "site."

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mevdev

about 11 years ago

pH, does that room lead to an IKEA?

pH

about 11 years ago

Mevdev: Yep, you just have to follow the painted line, through the "kitchen" display. There is a hidden escalator in the fake refrigerator, that will take you to the basement level. Lingonberries are by the checkout.

Karasu

about 11 years ago

The gag is that it's actually a morgue.

Will

about 11 years ago

What also bugs me are unncessary apostrophes. I can buy book's at your store, and you also serve latte's and cappuccino's? That's great.

Paul Lundgren

about 9 years ago

If I told you I got the "full experience" today, would you think I paid a visit to a sketchy massage parlor or was hiking on the Pigeon River? 

Paul Lundgren

about 9 years ago

From the back cover of Personal Recipes, by the Ladies Aid Society of Elim Evangelical Lutheran Church, 1958:



This unnecessary use of quotation marks is brought to you by Perfect Duluth Day -- "the website."

Paul Lundgren

about 8 years ago



So, is it really here, or is it "here"?

De man

about 8 years ago

Take a look at Sir Ben's awning's. If you like when plural's are made into possessive's.

Paul Lundgren

about 8 years ago

I wouldn't mind a Greek omelette at Coney Island, but when it has quotation marks around it I can't help but think of it as something similar to a "Dutch Oven" or a "New York Style Taco." 



It belongs on a dirty list forwarded to your e-mail from your dumbest friend, with the definition: "when you take seasoned gyro meat, onions, feta cheese and tzatziki sauce and shove them up your ass."

[email protected]

about 8 years ago

In Mpls, I used to eat at That Place on Como, for which quotation marks would probably be acceptable.

adam

about 8 years ago

I think they mean seasoned "gyro meat."

in.dog.neato

about 8 years ago

"That Place On Como" yeah, that was a pretty "quotation mark" worthy joint.

Paul Lundgren

about 6 years ago

From Brian Matuszak's Facebook page:

Barrett Chase

about 6 years ago

Now we know where people learn poor punctuation.

Ramos

about 6 years ago

[swoons in ecstasy]

Ramos

about 6 years ago

I notice they also forgot the I in "Denfield."

Paul Lundgren

about 4 years ago

Sandy's Restaurant Superior Quality

It's hard to believe Sandy's isn't still around, having had such a reputation for "quality" hamburgers.

Paul Lundgren

about 1 year ago



From North Shore Estates guest restroom.

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