Pop Question

23 Sep 2012 —  Suspicious Quotes

 

How would you correct this sandwich label?

Made "fresh" in-store

Made "fresh" in-store

 

Click one or more options to change.

 

1.

(bold)

Made fresh

 

2.

(no hyphen)

Made fresh in store. 

 

3.

Change in-store to in our kitchen or this morning.

Made fresh in our kitchen/ here / locally.

 

suspicious quotes – the unexpected use of quotation marks for emphasis rather than for an unusual sense of the word. "Women's" restroom  upstairs (Will some other type of person be using the room?)  Made "fresh". (Is there some other process called fresh?) Employees must "wash hands". (Will they be just pretending to do so?) 
Examples: http://www.smosh.com/smosh-pit/photos/super-suspicious-quotation-marks