So, to get you through the weekend I'm going to just leave you with a few random thoughts from my somewhat off-center brain.
So, you see signs all over for "World's best ..." How do they know it's the "world's best?" Driving through small town America, you invariably come across some little cafe in Podunk Nowhere that is touting, "World's Best Coffee!" Do they have a full time employee traveling around the globe tasting ALL the coffee in the world?
New and improved is another one. How can it be new AND improved? If it's "new" then it's never been done before, right? How do you improve on something that's never been done before?
1st Annual. Huh? If it's the first it hasn't ever happened. Annual implies it's been done on a yearly basis. What if something happens and they can't hold the event the following year?
World Famous! Again seen on small town cafes. Because someone from Canada ate there makes it "World Famous?"
Very unique. This one drives me bonkers.
Definition of unique: existing as the only one or as the sole example; single; solitary in type or characteristics: a unique copy of an ancient manuscript.
Now I realize languages change and morph and whatnot, but how can a single thing be "very" unique? If there's only one, there's only one.
Just for grins and to continue the randomness of this whole exercise are some funny signs seen around the world. My guess is they are the "world's best" funniest signs, possibly even "new and improved" over a previous version, not to mention due to my posting some of them will now be "world famous," and all of them are "very unique" in their own right.
do you pay prior to touching the wires?
the church is so helpful, no?
crocs waiting for their nom noms
which is it, dead or slow?
think s/he still works there?
yeah. right. about that.
make up your mind, will ya?
sale for those not looking for a bargain
Have a great weekend!