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Sorry dude, my dad does the same thing. God forbid I interrupt his t.v. show or radio newscast, when I need to talk about school or ask a serious question! Parents, they want to know EVERYTHING in your life, then turn around and ignore you!

YDI for being an idiot. I mean those articles are "fear mongering" types of articles. Yes, your loved ones can die, or might be your last time seeing them. You can't live every day with the assumption that it is your last time you're ever going to see them. That's just idiotic and stupid. Memories are what count, you don't want to live remembering them and how you prepared to remember them by spending each day like it was their or your last.

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@GR3453m0nk3y It's because I poted it from my iPhone so I wasn't sure. And now to celebrate YEYYYYYYY I'M FIRST!!!

Sorry dude, my dad does the same thing. God forbid I interrupt his t.v. show or radio newscast, when I need to talk about school or ask a serious question! Parents, they want to know EVERYTHING in your life, then turn around and ignore you!

It's because that is Earth-shattering news! Everyone knows that Ellen is the most "out-there" lesbian since Sappho. For Vince Vaughn to be "on her" would turn the world on its head!

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I'm not being a "grammar-ho," I'm being a logic-ho, because I wasn't complaining about the grammar of the post (*cough* run-on sentecnce *cough*), but interpreting the phrase "Vince Vaughn is on Ellen" literally.

YDI for being an idiot. I mean those articles are "fear mongering" types of articles. Yes, your loved ones can die, or might be your last time seeing them. You can't live every day with the assumption that it is your last time you're ever going to see them. That's just idiotic and stupid. Memories are what count, you don't want to live remembering them and how you prepared to remember them by spending each day like it was their or your last.

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