By Anonymous - / Tuesday 20 October 2015 13:39 / United Kingdom
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  MozillaHostile  |  21

I'm okay with those other things, but Uggs piss me right off. They piss me off because those basic bitches that wear them feel so important and popular, just for wearing some ugly-ass brown boot. They're for people with no creativity or originality whatsoever.


I love my uggs. Not because they make me feel import and popular. Because they ease some of my disability symptoms and help with my mobility whilst I can still look the same as everyone else.

  squizzlebee  |  19

I like my Uggs because they're comfy and keep my feet warm. As someone who would prefer to go absolutely everywhere in pyjamas and a duvet, they're a nice compromise as it feels like I'm wearing slippers but they're seen as socially acceptable outdoor footwear.

They're a stupid choice to wear in wet weather though. Got no time for girls who pick Uggs when it's snowing then complain that they've got wet feet.

  GingerFace09  |  13

Cigarettes would be one thing, but you can't really judge by name brand clothes because you can pick that stuff up super cheap at resale stores. But yeah, holding those expensive coffees, if be annoyed by their complaining too

By  jadalaheart  |  23

How much is the course fee? Is it possible they thought it was really expensive?

  dannnngthatsux  |  19

#42, VV, $6 is cheap for any class that's worth taking (not nose picking 101, etc.) especially if the class is small. I expect to pay between $20 USD and $60 USD for any class 2 to 4 hours that I take. I expect more of a discount per hour on longer courses (9 week class twice a week, 3 hours a night, I expect between $200 USD and $800 USD.) #9, even at £20, that's a steal for most classes.

  Seabass_Chan  |  33

I'm assuming you don't have one? Making a Facebook account - or multiple - is free.

They make money with adds, charging for optional game-related points/lives, etc.

  Tripartita  |  44

We really need a website dedicated to humorous complaints. Each complaint could have a character limit and need to be formatted a certain way like, "Yesterday, I [blah blah blah," or maybe, "Tomorrow, I [something something something]." That's not quite right, but it's close.

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