This chapter lays the groundwork for educators to strengthen their own skills in vetting quotations they read or hear and provides an activity that readers can use as a brush up for themselves and in the classroom to help their students think critically about quotations they read or hear. It provides questions for reflection and a list of suggested resources. An additional concern with quotations found online is that social media sites make it all too easy to repost or share misquotes without first verifying sources. As a result, these inaccurate or misattributed quotes may go viral. It goes back to the reality that expert quotes are used to convince consumers that something is true (or not, depending on the argument being posed by the author or speaker). Contextomy is commonly used in advertising to deceive consumers. For example, promotional materials for books, movies and plays, restaurants, as well as other venues or products often include quotations that are misleading.