June 19, 2013

See, now you're just making me nervous.

"Restrooms"? Why the unnecessary quotation marks? Is there something that's NOT a restroom back there?

Or as my friend Mike said, "Excuse me. I've used your 'bathroom' and it now needs your 'attention.'" (Via.)


  1. Maybe they are inverted commas rather than quotation marks? And they are to apologise for using a lame euphemism for what most people call a toilet or lavatory.


No bad words, thanks!