Sometimes a phrase makes sense all on its own. Other times, it needs a bit of context. I spotted the cryptic statement “Always have $1.25 on your card” on a Clipper reader at a CalTrain platform.
What does it mean?
- No matter how much you spend, with Clipper, you’ll always have $1.25 on your card.
- Always have $1.25 on your card or it will explode in your pocket.
- To prevent your Clipper card from blowing away in a strong gust of wind when you place it on a table, get 5 quarters and always have $1.25 on your card.
Readers: any other ideas as to what Clipper could mean by their cryptic statement?