#1986 – Coupon

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6 thoughts on “#1986 – Coupon”

  1. Christopher Heckman says:

    I’m glad to see that I’m not the only one who realizes this phrase is meaningless.

  2. Brian says:

    Just a few more squiggly lines and we’d see some Biff eyebrows in the last panel.

  3. Carcharocles says:

    Horrifically vague pizza coupon language causes stroke in potential diner. News at 11.

  4. FR says:

    Reminds me of the confusing ads I saw where people claimed that their detergent would remove “up to 100%” of the bacteria. What the heck is that supposed to mean? “At most all of them” I guess?

  5. Leon says:

    I rate this one up to 5 stars or more!

  6. Kyle says:

    OMG yes…this ad tendency drives me nuts. “You can save up to 40% or more just by switching to us!”
    So what you’ve just done there is throw out a random appealing number which has absolutely no meaning because you’ve defined a set which includes all numbers…

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