Is there a rule? Couldn't it go either way? I think it works either way.
I am HORRIBLE at grammar so I would say:"No lines...so what are you waiting for!"teehee :)
I'm pretty sure the Kroger version is correct, shockingly. I'm not sure of the exact rule, but it seems like "No lines" is a singular idea, so the verb would be singular. Kind of like "Great service means..." blah blah blah."No lines mean great service" kind of sounds like there are no lines that mean great service. Know what I mean? :)There. That's my two cents!
I think it should say:"Kroger is terrible."HHAH!I kid. Only the Kroger by me on Monroe and Secor is terrible. The ones in Sylvania are much nicer.
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