Thursday, May 14, 2009

Caution: words may fill your brain.

Everyone wants something for nothing.
Simple as that.

Ever since that dimwit spilled her coffee at McDonalds everyone has been under the impression that the world owes them a million dollars.
Damn that woman!!
She is a General in the army leading the charge toward the dummying down of America.
Don’t get me wrong though, I believe that if you have been truly wronged you deserve retribution and recompenses but come on.
If your airbag fails to deploy due to a faulty circuit, sue away. Sue them twice for good measure. They promised a product and failed to deliver.

I am sure you have read and heard about all these silly warning labels on just about everything.
  • Don’t eat preparation H.
  • Don’t use your hair dryer in the shower
  • Don’t stick the hair curler in your ass
  • The Barbie pool is not a flotation device
  • Caution: this bag of peanuts contains peanuts.

Whatever happened to common sense?
When did it become a corporation’s responsibility to save someone from their own stupidity?

If you have to be told that a cup of hot coffee will be hot or that trying to stop a chain saw blade with your genitals is a bad idea, you need to be removed from the gene pool.

OH! and to just make sure everyone gets their chance to sue everyone else they now have a website for it.
Class action lawsuits made easy. Point-click-sue.

For instance: Ebay Inc. is online auctioneer. It advertises as haven for buyers and seller's but in fact its only concern is how to make money.

No freakin DUH! It’s called a business.

I am surprised no one has started suing garage sales for not selling the actual garage.

In fact, not all of my clothes fit like they used to but I cant decide whether to sue Lil Debbie for making sweet sensual snacks that are readily available to me or Hanes for making their medium sized underwear only fit a medium sized person (that is discrimination for those who are medium +1).

1 comment:

  1. Hehehe, I just read a whole list of those awesome warning labels the other day. Where I live, we have tag sales...guess I better sell some tags at the next one to be safe!


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