Life is too short: eat dessert instead
Well, that's "good" to "know". Thanks for keeping us "updated."when I want to annoy My Beloved Sandra, I start using "air quotes" around every third word.
I know too much about meat houses to say more...
Wow,so many quote marks. Makes me wonder...My 6ws is here: http://mlissabeth.wordpress.com/2013/04/06/six-word-saturday46/
I always cross my fingers and hope the meat is fresh and free of the "yuckies"!!! If it smells or looks funny at all, I just can't eat it!
Ron, I'm sure your Best Beloved understands the subtle hair-pulling you indulge in with airquotes, but this is dangerous territory. One airquote too many and you could find yourself looking at a life with couches, salads-only meals, and the other half of your socks missing. And yeah, I tend to clutch a bit at "fresh" and "new" too. One of my fantasies has always been to get a signage job where I had complete God-like power over what went on them. Everywhere. Ever wonder what sins are committed in that regard in other countries? Do the Japanese have a cringe factor as to certain 'mistakes' on their advertising marguees? Do the Russians get into arguments with shop owners over misspelled signs?