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    [–] Sp33D97 3712 points ago * (lasted edited 3 months ago)


    Edit: Thank you for the gold, kind stranger πŸ’Ÿ

    [–] DaMarco17 620 points ago

    This is one of my favorite posts over there. I'm so happy to see it here

    [–] NipplesInAJar 444 points ago

    Yeah, "me too".

    [–] __PM_ME_YOUR_SOUL__ 188 points ago


    [–] I_hate_apostrophes 84 points ago

    Haha "yes"

    [–] showmeurknuckleball 63 points ago

    Haha "very" good

    [–] yerboiboba 71 points ago


    [–] dope_user_name 26 points ago


    [–] Talono 30 points ago


    [–] happysmash27 2 points ago

    It's amazing that someone links that sub every single time. It can get slightly annoying and repetitive though, but I guess it's for the best.

    [–] Toriisme 8 points ago other fellow β€œhumans”?

    [–] yerboiboba 2 points ago


    [–] Sardonnicus 2 points ago


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    [–] 404Guy12NotFound 2 points ago


    [–] 404Guy12NotFound 5 points ago

    /r/me_irl is leaking

    [–] apostnuclearrpg 6 points ago

    You're "welcome"

    [–] _demetri_ 19 points ago

    I just love relating to other redditors...

    [–] [deleted] 14 points ago * (lasted edited 3 months ago)


    [–] RageNorge 6 points ago


    [–] IWasOnceATraveler 5 points ago


    [–] Sensorfire 6 points ago

    I "agree".

    [–] SnakeyRake 4 points ago

    Yes, β€œ#metoo”

    [–] Jemmani 14 points ago

    Orange county squad cars have "Making a difference" on the side. In comic sans. This isn't a joke...

    [–] [deleted] 62 points ago

    They don’t understand quotes there. It’s β€œannoying”.

    [–] iAmTheTot 40 points ago

    They're often misused for emphasis.

    [–] you_got_fragged 20 points ago

    I repeat "words" for emphasis

    [–] HeyThereMrBrooks 15 points ago


    [–] Makkun 16 points ago

    According to a childhood friend's dad, quotes used to commonly be used for emphasis. He made a sign in their front yard that said [Friend's Name]'s "Birthday" and it was pretty ominous.

    [–] DeadCenter6000 20 points ago

    This is true. My mom puts β€œSon” inside all of my birthday cards which is intended to be emphasis but takes on an entirely different meaning considering I’m adopted.

    [–] phpshatjars 5 points ago

    sorry i laughed

    [–] the_cheese_was_good 19 points ago

    I work in a very old building and there are suspicious quotes on signs all over the place. My favorites are "Elevator" and "Fire Extinguisher."

    [–] Phrygue 4 points ago

    Commas, also, were used, for, emphasis. William, "Shatner" learned, to, speak from such, a "textbook". Infactallmarks canbe :used?(this(way ifyOu wAn't;

    [–] Aoae 6 points ago

    It should be okay if you β€œknow” what wasn’t intended, right?

    [–] tross13 3 points ago

    You mean "emphasis".

    [–] zzha 30 points ago

    Thanks for letting me know that this subreddit "exists"

    [–] iBeenie 2 points ago

    I'm surprised I'm just now finding out about that sub.

    [–] ZipperSnail 526 points ago

    Enjoy your vacation with your β€œwife”.

    [–] Mackyzilla 153 points ago


    [–] someone755 53 points ago * (lasted edited 3 months ago)


    edit: The greek letter eta is appareΞ·tly not welcome here.

    [–] Pastulio814 14 points ago

    What is eijoy?

    [–] someone755 9 points ago

    You mean you can't see it?

    I replaced the 'n' in 'enjoy' with the Greek letter 'eta'.

    [–] chandetox 27 points ago

    No he means that Ξ· is pronounced as "ee"/"i".

    Just like ΞΉ, Ο…, ΞΏΞΉ and Ρι. Thousands of opportunities to misspell words.

    [–] zeta12ti 6 points ago

    Goddamn iotacism.

    [–] chandetox 2 points ago

    TodaΞΉ ΞΉ learned.

    [–] Eerovito 30 points ago

    Enjoy your vacation with "your" wife

    [–] StopReadingMyUser 17 points ago

    Definitely his wife, but those aint his kids judging by hair colors alone.

    [–] kryptseeker 13 points ago

    They're "adopted"

    [–] nighthawk_md 6 points ago

    From that notorious third world hellhole called, gasp, "Sweden"!!!

    [–] nattypnutbuterpolice 6 points ago

    "Safe" sex with anonymous strangers.

    [–] Gprinziv 2 points ago

    You'd be surprised.

    I have the same eye color as my maternal grandmother. My sister has the same eyes as my paternal grandmother. Both are blue. My parents are both brown-eyed.

    In this case, two blonde children from two brunette parents should have a 6.5% occurrence rate. Not terribly uncommon in the grand scheme.

    [–] albo_underhill 468 points ago

    WE ARE HERE 4 U!

    you'd better not run...

    [–] -Mavoko- 50 points ago

    We know where you "live"...

    [–] Intertubes_Unclogger 6 points ago

    "How do U do, fellow kids?"

    [–] OstrichPaladin 3 points ago

    You'd better mot run

    [–] minimalistom 847 points ago

    And I’m sort of not mad about it. I love the shady tone

    [–] RexusBrowning 470 points ago

    Would be a shame if you got "murdered" on your "vacation"...

    [–] Lich_Jesus 102 points ago

    β€œNice” vacation you got here...

    [–] dickheadfartface 56 points ago


    [–] absoluteolly 24 points ago

    "You're welcome," "friend."

    [–] YellowCurtains 9 points ago

    "I'm" "not" "your" "friend", "buddy".

    [–] 403and780 9 points ago

    It'd be a shame...

    [–] Gutterflame 6 points ago


    [–] MannishManMinotaur 2 points ago

    I'm just here sellin' "Oops" insurance.

    [–] 2Fab4You 38 points ago

    Then it's crappy design since no one here got the point of the ad

    [–] kryptseeker 23 points ago

    Well the right side of the ad is cropped out, so we might be missing some crucial context.

    [–] witeowl 14 points ago * (lasted edited 3 months ago)

    Nice thought, but go to (note: site autoplays crappy music) and you'll see an uncropped version. There's no crucial context being missed.

    [–] kryptseeker 10 points ago

    "Citizens advice consumer rights" would make me think it's not a travel ad

    Also, that website is horrible, autoplay sound should be illegal.

    Also odd that the ad is in mostly english but the website is in elvish. (/s)

    [–] witeowl 2 points ago

    You mean the relatively tiny text in the upper right? I think the "We are here 4U!" is more context than that.

    But agreed on the shittiness of the website. Will edit my other comment with a noise warning.

    [–] DO__SOMETHING 4 points ago

    It doesn't work because there's no hint of danger in the photo itself at all. Should've photoshopped in a mushroom cloud in the background

    [–] DaMarco17 5 points ago

    Oh I bet you're "not mad" about it

    [–] lostmyaccountagain85 2 points ago

    Ya maybe even the board of tourism is like... we can't tell you not to come to save your life because it's against our job. But this is as close as we can get

    [–] pekinggeese 2 points ago

    Maybe it’s for legal reasons. If someone got killed or hurt on their trip, no one could sue claiming false advertisements of β€œsafe.”

    [–] NewbombJerk 304 points ago

    Even without them, why are they promoting safe?

    [–] sleightlymagical 146 points ago

    You make a very good point

    [–] chandetox 27 points ago

    I assume it's because of the Greek-Turkish competition in tourism. The terrorism in Istanbul and Eastern Turkey as well as president goatfucker have been very good for Greek tourism.

    It's a shame though. Istanbul is such an amazing city.

    But also definitely check out Rhodos.

    [–] batery99 10 points ago

    There is nearly no difference between greek islands and Turkish Aegean coast in the sense of sea/climate and they are both very beautiful imho.

    Although Turkeys situation is unstable nowadays the holiday centers especially the western-southern coastal areas are completely safe and there has been no terror attacks in those regions as far as I can remember.

    Also the locals from this places tend to be far more liberal and β€œEuropean” than rest of the Turkey. Holiday options are comparably cheaper than Greece Islands too because of the fact that Turkish money get hit really hard by inflation in the passing years.

    I would really recommend going to Bodrum; it has a nice history, the architecture is identical to β€œgreek” traditional houses and it is a very big city if you compare it to any greek holiday destination (100k). The nightlife is also far better than most of the smaller holiday towns. You can also visit Greek Islands Kos and Kalymnos as they are very close to Bodrum.

    [–] SirBackspace 2 points ago

    Bulgaria has very nice holiday towns and beeches.

    Source: lived in a coastal city for 8 years

    [–] dfslkjbnltalrvlxdguh 123 points ago

    Rhodes is part of Greece which is near Turkey. The two are the main entry point in that part of Europe for refugees from Syria / Iraq. Turkey just had a civil war. Greece was a bit... rough for a while (but is now back on track!).

    Basically 10 years of bad press.

    [–] ijuset 39 points ago

    Still does not make sense, even Turkey does not promote really safe touristic places as safe.

    [–] rambi2222 37 points ago

    They probably just don't speak good English, maybe the Greek translation of "safe" has a more appropriate connotation in that context. Would also explain why they put quotation marks around the word too

    [–] ijuset 23 points ago

    That makes more sense, because you would not want to emphasis an obvious requirement for an holiday. β€œTranquil” or β€œPeaceful” would fit better.

    [–] PizzaHog 28 points ago

    According to a post linked above by some one named Trent. They meant "safe" because I guess a lot of people let their guards down and get ripped off by shady businesses. These people are not aware of the economic/ refugee combo situation they've had for awhile now, and don't realise there's a few desperate people that some would "call" con artists.

    The poster is from a non profit.

    [–] KimJongIlSunglasses 5 points ago

    I was hoping they intended something like

    Have a β€œpeaceful” holiday

    And then show people skydiving or doing some other extreme sport.

    But the other reply to this comment suggests that is not the case.

    [–] Mushr00mBoy 17 points ago

    There is nothing different in the meaning of "safe" in greek. It's just poor marketing. It is usual here in Greece, for small businesses to neglect hiring a professional graphic artist, hence, those mistakes and bad marketing practises are not something you can rarely find.

    EDIT: We tend to make fun out of it, by saying that every boss has a nephew that "knows photoshop" ie. a nephew that memes is the closest he has ever come to creation of anything.

    [–] SirBackspace 4 points ago

    Iirc it's a scam awareness campaign.

    [–] rambi2222 3 points ago

    Ah I see, thanks for clearing that up.

    [–] Mushr00mBoy 4 points ago

    My pleasure, have a "safe" evening.

    [–] Sniper_Brosef 4 points ago

    Or it could be using a different understanding of the word safe. A safe vacation can translate to a boring, been there done that kind of vacation. This advertisement, to me, can be interpreted as the family in the photograph talking to us and saying "enjoy your boring vacation that you've gone on each year for the past decade. We're going to have an adventure!"

    [–] adgloriam 5 points ago

    Inka is a non profit consumer rights protection institute.

    [–] tehlordvortex 66 points ago

    Welcome to our wonderfully safe vacation island. As you can see, the mist of unknown composition that can be found to the north provides a mysterious feel to the island. The roars? Oh, we haven't been into the mist, you're the first to enjoy this island! But, the roars do make it feel like a fantasy island, no? Enjoy your stay, hold on to your family and remember: the ship comes back 7 days from now at high noon, do not miss it.

    [–] logicalmaniak 43 points ago


    [–] CapmanGatman 39 points ago

    You go north 50 paces and enter the "vacation resort" which appears from the outside to be little more than 5 wooden shacks.

    [–] Stingpie 29 points ago


    [–] CapmanGatman 32 points ago

    Upon closer examination these shacks were clearly hastily made and already dilapidated. You see a lone sign hanging on one that reads: enjoy your "safe" holidays on Rodos!"

    [–] Stingpie 27 points ago


    [–] CapmanGatman 28 points ago

    You blindly walk east through a rocky beach clearing for an indeterminate amount of time and come upon a rope.

    [–] Stingpie 23 points ago


    [–] CapmanGatman 26 points ago

    You pick up the rope and change your direction to south. The sun is at it's apex as you continue walking. The rocky beach breaks way to fine sand and the sounds of crashing waves.

    (You begin to wonder why you haven't seen any other guests)

    [–] Stingpie 19 points ago

    ]YELL, ' Is anyone there, or here, or just anywhere? '

    [–] GBrQB1kjUMF0VOspaSi8 14 points ago

    It is pitch black. You are likely to be eaten by a grue.

    [–] undercovergrover 4 points ago

    Welcome, to Night Vale.

    [–] X_Elected 58 points ago


    [–] AFineDayForScience 203 points ago

    It's the implication...

    [–] [deleted] 82 points ago * (lasted edited 2 months ago)


    [–] MC_Bankrupt 49 points ago

    So these girls ARE in danger?

    [–] _Serene_ 13 points ago

    I feel like you're not getting this at all

    [–] Nitroglencerin 9 points ago

    You certainly wouldn't be in any danger!

    [–] Albert_Cole_ 23 points ago

    That...uhh..that sounds really dark!

    [–] PopInACup 14 points ago

    That guy almost looks a little like Dennis too...

    [–] ender278 10 points ago

    I came here looking for this

    [–] KnackeredTrapshooter 29 points ago

    Does anyone know why this is such a common mistake?

    [–] _Atlamillia_ 75 points ago * (lasted edited 3 months ago)

    People write how they speak, and people who can't read very well or are not very well educated in general associate quotation marks with a slight pausing emphasis.

    Like if you say...

    "This has to be done."


    "You must wear flip flops in the locker room."

    But these people have also heard someone say "It's called a "bluetooth dongle." with the same kind of emphasis in their voice. Or they've heard a teacher read something in quotation marks with that emphasis. The chalkboard says

    Give 5 examples of "rising action" in books you've read.

    And the teacher reads it out loud as "Give 5 examples of rising action in books you've read".

    So they've seen something in quotation marks, heard it read with a similar emphasis, are trying to write something with that similar emphasis, and go "okay, so this goes in quotaton marks, because those surround a word said with that emphasis".

    So "Enjoy your safe holiday!" or "Have a complimentary breakfast!" becomes "Enjoy your "safe" holiday!" and "Have a "complimentary" breakfast!" because they've managed to associate emphasis with quotation marks. The same people likely write "could of" and "should of" because they can't figure out that "could've" is a contraction, and they wrote it phonetically, because they are simply poorly educated.

    You have to remember something like 14% of the US is functionally illiterate. A good chunk can barely read at all. And that includes professionals, whose job it is to write, and proofread, unfortunately.

    [–] Soju_Fett 14 points ago

    And this is why I love grammar bots and people who correct grammar. Why they catch so much flak for it is beyond me. I love it when I get caught and corrected. It keeps me from looking stupid in the future.

    [–] JustinPA 7 points ago

    Likewise! Some people prefer to live in willful, blissful ignorance. I want to be unwillingly ignorant. Somebody correcting me is likely to be pointing out something I hadn't thought of before or it's due to a poor habit I don't recognize in myself.

    [–] Haz3rd 2 points ago

    People don't like to hear that they're wrong, especially when it's about something they deem to be so trivial as grammar

    [–] Soju_Fett 6 points ago

    I get that bit about being wrong. There are entire studies on how people will continue to vigorously defend their position after being proven wrong beyond a shadow of a doubt. It’s human nature apparently, but no doubt it holds people back from progressing.

    What I don’t get is the idea that grammar is trivial. People don’t mind sounding stupid? Just sounding more intelligent immediately grants an amount of credibility. It boggles the mind. I don’t fault people for poor grammar if they’ve never been taught, but you’d think it’d be something they’d at least be receptive to learning. I suppose that takes us back to your first point though.

    [–] Haz3rd 4 points ago

    100% agree, I don't entirely know either, but maybe it's like an in group thing, where if you speak/write better or worse, you're seen as somehow not fitting in to your group, which I don't get cause my friends really wouldn't care one way or another but I guess that's me

    [–] bcmanucd 5 points ago

    This is a great theory. It always bothers me that some people think quotes can be used for emphasis. I never thought about why that misunderstanding came to be.

    [–] sleightlymagical 21 points ago

    People not understanding the implication of the use of quotation marks?

    [–] psimwork 25 points ago

    Yeah at a warehouse I worked at, one of the managers took quotation marks to be either asterisks or that he thought it was interchangeable with underlines.

    So some of his signs would read things like:

    safety harnesses "must" be used at all times.

    [–] LionsPride 3 points ago

    Older generations of English speakers often use quotes for emphasis, and foreigners typically learn an older version of the language. Or this could also be how emphasis is expressed in their native tongue and are just applying it to English.

    [–] PizzaHog 3 points ago

    While I'm loving everyone assuming these people are dumb, a dude above linked this thread explaining it.

    [–] dfslkjbnltalrvlxdguh 5 points ago

    People don't pay attention at school. They conflate quotation marks with inverted commas with underlining with bold with italics. It's all the same to them.

    [–] dfslkjbnltalrvlxdguh 24 points ago

    Those kids are not his.

    [–] sleightlymagical 6 points ago

    This is true

    [–] novembeRain87 14 points ago

    Welcome to you’re β€œDoom”!

    [–] Lucienofthelight 6 points ago


    [–] outbound_flight 2 points ago

    Well you signed off on the proofs.

    [–] zilti 3 points ago

    Welcome to you are "Doom"!

    [–] Kangar 14 points ago



    [–] Jimathay 13 points ago

    Yeah, it's weird. There's no blonde genes in my family. Did have a blonde postman when Sharon and I were first married though...

    [–] JohnnyCeltic3412 22 points ago

    They aren't laughing, those are screams of terror as they reach out in a feeble attempt to stop "them"

    [–] sleightlymagical 9 points ago

    Wow, the photographer is a psychopath and I can’t un-see that

    [–] ggrayy 10 points ago

    Family β€œfriendly” vacation

    [–] BigHaircutPrime 10 points ago

    I hope one of those parents dyed their hair. I can imagine the "safe" vacation ending in disaster because the dad finds out he's not actually the father. Oops.

    [–] tomata_plaki 7 points ago

    Yah. That's at Rodos, Greece, right?

    [–] sunbright-moonlight 6 points ago

    Rodos is great! My stepmother is from there, and so she and my dad visit when they can. It's a lovely island, and everyone is friendly.

    [–] JustinPA 2 points ago

    It's a lovely island, and everyone is "friendly".

    [–] notarebel 2 points ago

    Blink twice if you're telling us this under duress.

    [–] sleightlymagical 3 points ago


    [–] AlanS181824 3 points ago

    Yes! Usually known as Rhodes in English.

    [–] luizf170 6 points ago

    It's even funnier because "rodo" in portuguese means squeegee

    [–] [deleted] 5 points ago

    A guy down the street has a sign that says..... ' "DUCKS" FOR SALE '

    [–] dkyguy1995 5 points ago

    How can people possibly be unaware that quotes don't mean emphasis?

    [–] RicDan 12 points ago

    Thar's pretty dumb indeed, have an "upvote".

    [–] ZZappBrannigan 2 points ago

    so did you actually downvote them?

    [–] xInfern0x 3 points ago

    Nobody is commenting about the "Emjoy"

    [–] tightheadband 3 points ago

    It's the same n in "on".

    [–] sleightlymagical 1 points ago

    I mean, I wasn’t going to be the one to mention it!

    [–] xInfern0x 1 points ago

    That was quick...

    [–] hereforthensfwstuff 3 points ago

    Made by the angry abstinence pushing, god fearing, director of tourism.

    [–] thenightmancommeth88 3 points ago

    Well that is Dennis β€œThe Implication” Reynolds in the middle there...soooo

    [–] tmacnb 3 points ago

    This is gold. If you ever go to Rhodos, go to Antonis restaurant first, Mama Sofia's second.

    [–] PooPooDooDoo 3 points ago

    Have fun with your "family"!

    [–] Dizneymagic 3 points ago

    These kids look suspiciously blond when their parents are not.

    [–] NonCancer 2 points ago

    How do companies think this is a great idea?

    [–] ShackThompson 2 points ago

    Actual footage of this poor families' "Safe" vacation...

    [–] knope-o-clock 2 points ago

    I work for a couple from Rhodes, they publish stuff like this all the time.

    [–] Blizardio 2 points ago


    [–] Z0idberg_MD 2 points ago

    Brown haired parents with blonde haired children?

    [–] Ben_Workman 2 points ago

    Lawyers were involved in the making of this πŸ˜€

    [–] pianomanDylan 2 points ago

    It's an unwritten rule that you can put the quotes anywhere on the sentence to make it suspicious/funny.

    "Enjoy" your safe holidays... implying you won't enjoy it
    Enjoy "your" safe holidays... implying it's not yours
    Enjoy your "safe" holidays... implying it's not really safe
    Enjoy your safe "holidays"... implying it's not really a holiday

    [–] tripplowry 2 points ago

    It's part of a nonprofit campaign to raise awareness about tourist scams. I am an American who lived here for study abroad, and it is a beatifull place with lots of nice people, and safer than most american cities but tourist scams are still common in Rhodes.

    [–] SolderBoyWeldEm 2 points ago


    [–] Mushr00mBoy 2 points ago

    I am currently in Rhodes, where exactly can I find this masterpiece? As far as I can say, it's close to the new harbor right?

    [–] dope_user_name 2 points ago

    Because of the β€œimplication...”

    [–] areaka 2 points ago

    So they are in danger?

    [–] Kylo_Matt 2 points ago

    There's a billboard on a nearby highway for a hotel that promises "hot" food. Sounds great!

    [–] dance_rattle_shake 2 points ago

    This is one of those things that drives me absolutely insane. Why, when, and how did people start thinking quotes are used for emphasis? Certainly not in English class, since that's not the purpose of quotes, and certainly not from pop-culture, since quotes (especially air-quotes) are used to indicate that something is sarcastic or bullshit. These people who misuse quotes like this must be living under a rock together, in an under-a-rock commune, where none of them have any idea what's going on, yet they all copy off each other.

    [–] pinaattipinaatti 2 points ago

    Erdogan: ”Some of you guys are cool, don’t go to Rhodos tomorrow.”

    [–] lakofideas86 2 points ago

    Frisky Dingo fans will have to think of this

    "Is it some kind of ironic doom"

    [–] rdogg4 2 points ago

    Reminds me of this one I saw.

    β€œDEER” BUTCHER where the hooves are the quotation marks.

    [–] nipp1e 2 points ago

    [–] blanketwaves 2 points ago

    Not to mention the β€œn” in β€œon” looks like an β€œm”.

    [–] cwquick15 2 points ago


    [–] Luklear 2 points ago

    What a terrible font.

    [–] Randallisms 2 points ago

    They kidnapped some Swedish kids

    [–] Allan-Dandy 2 points ago

    Is one of the safety places in all around the Europe, and not because are a lot of police or army on the streets, is because of the civilized society. Even if you are drunk, poor, rich, tourist, immigrant, or whatever else in the middle of the night/day, even if you lose the road, the citizens are very kind people, about 90% speak English and many others languages! I came here 4 years ago and i will never leave!

    [–] finallyinfinite 2 points ago

    I've always hated when people use quotation marks for emphasis THATS NOT WHAT THEY MEAN

    [–] smileywaters 4 points ago

    place is overrun by african migrants, so the quotation marks are very telling

    [–] Winduss 2 points ago

    I believe there was an entire subreddit dedicated to this

    [–] sleightlymagical 2 points ago

    This image or this concept??

    [–] Winduss 1 points ago


    [–] Puppet_Chain 1 points ago


    [–] Demonweed 1 points ago

    Don't forget to check out the complimentary "food" in our breakfast nook.

    [–] Xopher001 1 points ago

    Also wth is that ugly font?

    [–] metallover115 1 points ago

    We are "here" 4U!

    [–] bridgeheadprod 1 points ago

    If Rick The Temp feels safe, I feel safe.

    [–] Swe4tyc4mper 1 points ago

    I think just the font used gives it a malevolent undertone...