I would feel a lot more comfortable eating food at the DECC if it came from a catering kitchen instead of a “catering kitchen.”
Is that where they prepare the "food"?
Or is it where they "prepare" the food?
If what they serve is called "food."
Obviously a clever front... suspect diverted shipments of curling brooms and lingonberry preserves.
Maybe "they" can "use" your "photo" on this "site."
pH, does that room lead to an IKEA?
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.
The gag is that it's actually a morgue.
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.
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?
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."
So, is it really here, or is it "here"?
Take a look at Sir Ben's awning's. If you like when plural's are made into possessive's.
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."
In Mpls, I used to eat at That Place on Como, for which quotation marks would probably be acceptable.
I think they mean seasoned "gyro meat."
"That Place On Como" yeah, that was a pretty "quotation mark" worthy joint.
And then there's the "new hours" at the Green Door Lounge.
From Brian Matuszak's Facebook page:
Now we know where people learn poor punctuation.
[swoons in ecstasy]
I notice they also forgot the I in "Denfield."
It's hard to believe Sandy's isn't still around, having had such a reputation for "quality" hamburgers.
From North Shore Estates guest restroom.
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