dealscomplimentary kids meal with adult entree purchase

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i know correcting spelling isn't cool, but please, people: "complementary" is not the same as "complimentary."

to "complement" means to go with ("that pearl necklace complements your pearly white teeth, dear") while "complimentary" means free ("and when you pick up your new bentley, sir, the first tank of gas is complimentary").

and don't get me started on the difference between "it's" and its."

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Even librarians make mistakes. I have tattled on myself to correct the spelling.

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But what if the Happy Meals are actually giving complements?

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@docflash: I'd be careful with Pearl Necklace analogies.

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Would've been nice to mention the restaurant name in the title.

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Now do I need a kid to get the meal...if so I'm sure I'll find something in the area