By Blueshock08 - 23/02/2012 07:03 - United States

Today, I learned that it doesn't matter how good you've screwed a satellite dish onto the side of your house, it won't stop the wind the ripping it off and taking half the wall with it. FML
I agree, your life sucks 25 270
You deserved it 3 007

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Yeah I don't think the satellite dish is the worst of your problems right now

Even the wind was like "I've warned you countless times to get cable but you just didn't listen. Oh it's on now" haha.

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The Wind, the Ripper...

DirectTV is where it's atttttt

no either verizon, comcast, anything that does not contain a satellite

Fios mothercluckers, available in select areas me being in said areas FTW!

Comcast. Lol.. No.

I think it was screwed in a bit too well...

You're in more than one area? Congrats on being a ninja.

Next time don't screw it in so well, then when you loose the dish, you still keep the wall.

Tim taylor strikes again

You all you guys up there^ Netflix is where it's at!

42 - Top Ten things that I have never heard from a girl.

I'm sorry, would you like me to make a joke attacking your sex life and the size of your dick?

My neighbors had the same problem last week and the wind blew the satellite right in to our house -_-

wow thats sux samething happen to my grandpa

So much for your literacy policies, eh, Barry O.?

I guess no tv for you for a long time...

Yeah I don't think the satellite dish is the worst of your problems right now

Thats what you get for screwing the wind's satellite dish on the side of your house. I mean how would you feel?

Even the wind was like "I've warned you countless times to get cable but you just didn't listen. Oh it's on now" haha.

Well fuck satellite and cable read a goddamn book. Lol

Well. It doesn't matter how WELL you've screwed. . . It wasn't the wind that did the damage, it was the Grammar Gestapo!

Well, that's well and good.

Well, I hope I didn't go to the well once too often. Farewell.

Ironically, the OP got the dish to see the Shakespeare Channel's production of "All's Well That Ends Well."

What a rip-off.

I'm sorry, but you failed at trying to make a sarcastic joke. This was painful to read.