Letter came from my bank this week.
The envelope was labeled with “Important Information.” And I use quotes, because they used quotes.
Is that banking sarcasm? It’s either “important” or it’s not. Don’t play with my emotions by putting it in quotes.
Now, all I’m picture is a group of people at my bank sitting and stuffing envelopes with one person having a stamp with quotes and one having a stamp without quotes. Then they make judgment calls right there and then on what is “Important Information” and what is actually Important Information.
Either that, or someone official actually called it “Important Information” at some point, in which case it should read:
“Important Information” – Bank person
It could even make it on an inspirational poster someday.
“Just a thought.”