7 responses to “How you like them apples?

  1. Putting “apples” in quotes makes me think they aren’t real apples. In which case, what are they?? ;-)

  2. Maybe there’s apple ideology based on subjective views, avoiding adjectives like “rotten” and “ripe.”

  3. They surprise you by letting you pick your own iMacs. Cool!

  4. I wonder if you can use them apples to make “pie”?

    (Question mark inside of quotation marks, or outside?)

  5. I see this all the time and it always cracks me up. A sign on a business door near my house says, “Come in, “we’re open.”” Only the “we’re open” is in quotes, not the “Come in.” Can’t quite figure that one out!

  6. I just found another one. Check out this website:
    http://www.gray-matter.co.uk/eatmecrunchy.php

    Why, pray tell, is material in quotes in the image? Doesn’t that suggest it’s not actual material? In which case, would you really want to eat food off it? (Never mind that the likelihood of selling enough of these things to make a profit seems remote.)

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