Monday, April 05, 2010

Punctuation Puzzles: Now and Zen Edition

Here's another Craig Conley special. What punctuation mark can make this sign mean the opposite?

If you think you know, give your answer in the comments area.

6 comments:

M. said...

An apostrophe.

-karen ann. said...

yes, as m said. apostrophe. this is an easy one!

Martha Brockenbrough said...

That is correct! Thank you for playing. Please come again. :-)

Kenj said...

My sarcastic mind reads that sign and immediately thinks, "You were?"

Meredith said...

I guess they wanted to have a more polite sign than "Closed". They wanted to tell us that they were open, but aren't anymore. :)

Vittorio Bollo said...

Clearly the apostrophe after the 'e' in 'were'...so, they were once open, huh? ;-)