What the hell is it with the apostrophes? Spell check wants one in rather it needs to be there or not; the word anyone's in the previous sentence didn't need one, it is not anyone is, nor is it a possessive word (could be). Ideas?
I took Hollie on one of her vacation days last month, here's what happened on our way home:
We were coming home on one of those big roads and got to where it was joined by another big road. The yellow sign said "Cars $1.00" so when we got to the gate I asked the lady if I could see some of them one dollar cars, this is how that went.
"Could I see some of those one dollar cars?"
"Sir, the one dollar is for a toll, to go through the gate."
"So...you mean I have to pay a dollar to see the dollar cars? Why don't you just change the sign to read Cars $2.00?"
"Sir there aren't any one dollar cars. You pay a dollar to use this road!"
"Ain't that false advertising?"
"Just pay the dollar, and be on your way"
"Well, I ain't going to pay to see nothing!"
At that point she said just to go ahead, but she took a picture of my car and the number plate too. She stated that I'd hear from somebody later, probably in the mail.
I can't wait to see what kind of car I get!