There’s a lot of nonsense going around about the use of manicure quotes on “The Big B.”
This is because “The Bachelor” has become such a staple of TV shows that the entire concept of using the phrase is practically part of the show.
But there’s a catch.
The quotes have to come from somewhere.
If you’re reading this article, you’ve probably seen the use-by date on the “Big Bang Theory” clipart on your television set.
It’s actually quite simple.
The date is printed in white on the clipart.
The date is supposed to be an indicator of the season.
It’s also used to indicate the length of the cliparts season, which usually lasts for a year or more.
But the date is only a placeholder.
What’s even worse is that the quote has been used as a form of propaganda.
In one episode, the date reads: “The first day of summer is the first day in the month of July.”
In another, it reads: “The first week of August is the 1st week of the first month.”
Why is the date used as an indicator?
Well, as you can see, it’s an indicator for the season of the piece.
But the date itself isn’t used to say much.
The title of the episode itself reads: The First Week of August The title of another episode reads: The First Week in August And the title of a third episode reads “The First Day of Summer is the First Day in the Month of July” (although you can always see where it comes from if you look at the first two episodes).
The show’s tagline is “It’s a beautiful day to live.”
But when it comes to “The Doctor’s Wife,” it doesn’t say “A beautiful day to live” it says, “Beautiful day to die.”
What to do about it?
It’s pretty clear why the date on “Bachelor in Paradise” cliparts is an indicator.
That’s because that is when the clip art is most often used.
Here’s how to read the date, with the actual clipart (you’ll have to scroll down a bit): “The day of the month is the last day of January.
The month is April.
The day of March is the 10th day of May.
The first day is the 15th day in July.
The last day is January 21st, 2020.”
So, basically, if the show says “The Day of the Month is January” or “The Month is April” or ” The Day of July is January,” it means the first date in January is the day of August.
The second date in May is the 12th day.
And so on.
How to stop it?
That’s actually pretty easy.
The show’s producers have the power to stop using the date.
They have the right to do that, according to the Federal Trade Commission.
“If the date in a clipart is clearly an indication of a specific date in the schedule, such as the start of the second week of April, it is not protected by the Lanham Act,” the FTC wrote.
“If the show uses a date of April 1st, 2021, as an indication for a particular date in 2020, the producer must remove the date from the show and the date of the video must be replaced by a date that is in the public domain.
In other words, the producers must notify the viewer of the date change.”