I’m not sure why I’m always surprised at some of the stupid things people say; you would think that after all of this time I would expect it, but it still catches me off guard. I hope my body language conveys this message:
When I was in CVS I saw that the condoms and the pregnancy tests are right next to each other. The message there: If you don’t/didn’t use these, you’ll probably need one of these. Seriously kids use the condoms or else you end up with a less cool version of one of these.
Why are the security things for websites, the ones where you have to type the words you see, so fucking difficult to read? I have perfect vision and I still have trouble reading them. I’m not trying to get into some super secret government website, slow your roll.
Could you imagine being one of the people who have to clean up all of that fucking confetti after the Super Bowl/any kind of championship game?
If anyone ever tries to tell me there has been a better halftime show than beyoncé’s…”BEYONCÉ HAD THE BEST HALFTIME SHOW OF ALL TIME!”
Can we talk about that GoDaddy Superbowl commercial? Completely unnecessary. I don’t even know what the hell GoDaddy is supposed to be, all I know now is that I don’t want any part of it!
If I’m on hold for more than 5 minutes then you’d better be giving me some good music to listen to, not the same instrumental song over and over again. I’m looking at you TXU! Also, when I talk to an actual person I don’t want to hear them say, “I’m gonna put you on a several minute hold…”
I almost gave a girl a child’s ticket (ages 2-12)…turns out she was 17. Kids these days look like babies.
I say that, but I’ve looked the same since I was in preschool. Whatever, I’ve accepted it.