We have “crabs”!

March 25, 2008
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It’s been a while since we had a funny sign post here at The Word, so here’s one shamelessly stolen from The Blog of Unnecessary Quotation Marks.

crabs We have crabs!

Apart from the comedic irony of the “Friends Restaurant” proudly declaring that they have crabs, the quotation marks do lead to a whole slew of possible meanings. From the Blog mentioned above:

Cindy says this is a nice restaurant. However, they have one or more of the following: 1) imitation crab meat; 2) decorative crab statues; 3) an STI.

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