Sand on, Sand off, Sandoval

I am figuratively sanding beams in the “barn”.

Readers Comments (3)

  1. admin says:

    I knew someone once who used the floating finger quotation marks in inappropriate circumstances: “I’m going to have ‘a hamburger’ for lunch today.”

  2. Jeff says:

    yeah, but “‘S” isn’t funny! Annoying, but the misuse of “” really plays with the line between irony/sarcasm. The post there about turning down your “Music” is priceless!

  3. Andrew says:

    I suppose that your “Sandovaling” (note the necessary quotation marks) of the beams in the barn gives us some “Hope” (also necessary, English major in the house) for getting it finished.

    Hope…Sandoval…get it? Sigh.

    Anyway, I love the blog of unnecessary quotation marks. It makes me wish there was a blog of unnecessary use of Apostrophe S. Such as: “Employee’s must wash hand’s before returning to work.” Apparently, some people have this idea that you’re supposed to pluralize things by using Apostrophe S. This, as it happens, is never acceptable. Once again, English major in the house.