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Encouraging No-No’s

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“No” means no?

Seen in San Jose, near the Japantown station on the VTA Light Rail, well “after” dark…

dgray_xplane, The BrassPotato, and 7 other people added this photo to their favorites.

  1. biotron 98 months ago | reply

    if there had been a period after the """ then i'd definitely have taken that as an indication it would be completely acceptable to go skinny dipping of an evening there! *

  2. Telstar Logistics 98 months ago | reply

    In this case, I'd interpret "no" to mean "don't get caught."

  3. benjiman 98 months ago | reply

    Except when it means "YES"...

    As Run-DMC would say "Not BAD meaning 'BAD', but BAD meaning 'GOOD'"...

  4. !MimosaMicheMichelle! 98 months ago | reply

    Had this been written, with or without the quotation marks...

    No, use of pool is allowed after dark.

    ...now, this would mean something else! I would also have gone swimming.

    Interesting how a period was added at the end.

  5. Automatt 98 months ago | reply

    It's like they added a ;-)

  6. TheAlieness GiselaGiardino²³ 98 months ago | reply

    ...and there was this wonderful group at Orkut:
    "Misused" Quotation Marks -link works only if you are an Orkut member-

    Group´s "description":
    Have you ever "noticed" that some "people" seem to use quotation makes in very "inappropriate" places?
    Well, this is "your" forum to "share" such "aberrations" of "grammar" or create your own "bad" examples.
    "This" "community" "was" "inspired""by":

    And the group icon depicts the sign:
    Jesus "loves" you

    Btw, "After Dark" doesn´t imply "Daylight" actually? If we "want" to be so "literal" that is.

  7. _sarchi 98 months ago | reply

    NO EXCEPTIONS [esthr wants one]

  8. complexify. 98 months ago | reply

    atanas: there actually is such a group, and this photo would indeed be "perfect" for it: "Quotation Mark" Abuse.


  9. TheAlieness GiselaGiardino²³ 98 months ago | reply

    a "group" for "that" here "too"... uhm.

    Today I read @ the grocers': "Sweet" Tangerines -it´s important to mention that tangerines were actually yellow/green, so "probably" they "seemed" "bitter" as lemons. However the sign wasn´t too "convincing". The box was "full" as if "no one" had taken even "one".

    I "remembered" this thread. LOL! :D

    Tomatos were "OK". "Fortunately".

  10. Esthr 98 months ago | reply

    I love this. I will interpret it to suit my "needs."

  11. TheDamnMushroom 87 months ago | reply

    But what if I wanna make a really big batch of lime Jell-o? You're saying that use of the pool is prohibited?

  12. bilco8 76 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called "No", and we'd love to have your photo added to the group.

  13. Claire_Sambrook 61 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called ! no, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

  14. martisimas 23 months ago | reply

    I ran across your image while searching through the Creative Commons pool, and used it in one of my projects. Thank you very much!
    The Lecture

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