By Anonymous - 07/10/2010 00:48 - United States
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damn parents and their empty threats. I know it's hard to control children in public places, but WTF? Don't tell your kids you're going to punish them unless you actually intend to go through with it. Eventually, Idiot Jr will learn that his mommy/daddy is a spineless wimp and will use it to his advantage.
My mom did that with my iPhone. she bought it for $300 and I paid her back after my next paycheck. Then for Christmas I get my phone wrapped up and when I open it, she says I don't have to pay her back. I explained everything to her and then asked if I could get my 300 dollars back but she said no :(
"adding people on this website who you speak to and thus know is acceptable, having someone you dont know and have never spoken to telling you to go out of your way to add them is annoying and stupid. its also showing a sense of desperation, because while being open to meeting new people in a variety of mediums is akin to a positive social interaction, what this idiot is doing is akin to walking down the street yelling MY PHONE NUMBER IS **** SOMEONE CALL ME." Is a perfectly valid point. Also those people who go around demanding that random strangers add them on things can become creepers real fast. Been there, done that, things got scary. I advise caution and say ALWAYS, ALWAYS, get to know people BEFORE making any kind of friend commitment to them. I say this even if the commitment is just something like adding them to your XBox Live buddy list because as cliche' as it sounds, better to be safe then sorry.
Respectful, polite, sensitive, harsh, critical-- these are all very relative terms. I've seen arguments here where someone gets all butthurt, but the offending party was obviously holding back quite a bit. If the mods thought these comments were inherently disrespectful or over-the-top cruel, they wouldn't hesitate to mod them.
29 - I bought my grandparents a wii last year because they really wanted wii fit..they never use it, it turns out they really only wanted it to entertain the kid they baby sit. He already has game consoles to play over there and he already has a wii at home. Needless to say, this year we are getting them the same thing they got the rest of the family. Not a damn thing.
1. Save wrapping paper. 2. Find huge empty box. 3. Fill with rocks until it weighs about 250 pounds. 4. Add a clothesline and wrap. 5. Give to your parents and tell them you got them a solar powered clothes dryer. 6. Record their reaction and put on YouTube. 7. Get #1 views (all time) award for your hilarious video, simultaneously wrenching the title from YouTube's most popular female singer, Justin Bieber and becoming a hero to all lovers of real music. 8. Become a YouTube partner. 9. Use money to buy Mars. 10. Live happily ever after while banging hot Martians.
Damn. it almost worked