Saturday, February 09, 2008

The Mysteries Of Chicago: The Gas Station With The Slippery Adjectives
Not far from my office, there's a gas station I frequent for its proximity, its steady supply of diet soda, and its brusque-but-efficient service. This gas station has a car wash I've never used for no particular reason. But I'm not sure I'd be more inclined to use it now that its services descriptive phrases have gotten an upgrade.

1 comment:

Azrael Brown said...

That's awesome -- the list of services for the money hasn't changed, just the hyperbole: a rose by any other name would include underbody blasting, it seems.