Saturday, May 5, 2007

Iced, iced, baby...

There's something to be said for adding the proper punctuation into sentences so that the writer's meaning can be flawlessly conveyed. The omission of one little comma can make a sentence mean something its writer really doesn't want it to mean.

Here, I suspect the writer meant to say "Freshly brewed and iced, baby," thus describing the fragrance of the iced tea-scented body wash.

But the writer didn't insert that very necessary comma between iced and baby.

Is there a freshly brewed and iced baby in this bottle?


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