By Anonymous - United States
Today, while at the bakery section of my local supermarket, I heard the beat of what I assumed was a song playing. I really got into it, and bobbed my head and danced a little. After getting some strange looks, I realized the "beat" was a machine mixing frosting. FML
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Psh, I dance to clicking heels, printers, car alarms, anything that can be musical.
You should have just stared right back. Kudos for finding joy in life and dancing to random beats :D

By  gotbiscuits  |  0

Modern environment can produce great beats on its own. Nothing wrong with that. There is however a sign of incredible stupidity here, that is when you decided to dance in the supermarket. YDI, unless it was Wal-Mart or something alike.

  prinzess_fml  |  25

I agree but... Could someone please explain to a non-American why it would make a difference if it was in Wal-Mart? I know what Wal-Mart is but I don't get this part.

  gotbiscuits  |  0

Walmart sells pretty much everything and at discount prices. As a result it attracts rather large amount of people who for varies reasons had their lives fucked and can't afford to shop anywhere else. That's why the diversity of nonsense happening there is so overwhelming. Check out

  Ismellwin  |  0

I fail to see the significance of the "class" of peers in this situation. Who really cares anyway about the thoughts of a bunch of random people you never have and probably never will, meet again.

  FYLDeep  |  25

I can't believe you just happened to have had that username and just responded to me with that line. Of course modern music was a lot different when that was first said. Probably would have been referencing disco, which also sucked.