Confusing quotation marks

BizSense report David Larter snapped this shot at Sheetz. Why is “always” in quotation marks? Now we’re “confused.” Is the kitchen always open or not?

BizSense report David Larter snapped this shot at Sheetz. Why is “always” in quotation marks? Now we’re “confused.” Is the kitchen always open or not?

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Rachael
Rachael
10 years ago

I am “always” “confused” by this as well. It’s as though people are “using” quotes for emphasis instead of the more appropriate bold, italics, or “ALL CAPS.”

I had a friend in college who made “us” all laugh deep belly laughs by demonstrating her caricature of people who use “air quotes” too frequently and with much physical emphasis.