Fall Festival of Fun!

Written By: admin - Sep• 14•08

Bobby Tables’s brother found this one.


Soak it in, y’all.  The random quotationing… the possibly-unattached set after “loaf”… and yes, yes, the beautiful misspelling of “delicious.”  Aaahh.

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  1. jcmfs says:

    Even on the perverse understanding of quotation marks exhibited here, I don’t see why one would enclose “Try it with a”. My theory is that all three quotation marks at bottom left are meant to enclose the entire phrase, “Try it with a slice of our delicous Pumpkin Loaf”. However, the artist did not feel that two quotation marks sufficed to enclose and emphasize such a long phrase, and resorted to adding an extra mark at top right.

  2. Alden says:

    I like that theory!

  3. anna says:

    If only they’d gone for glory and stuck an apostrophe on the “Daily Offering’s”. I mean really, why stop short?

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