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Things your dumb friends post on facebook

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by musicguy, May 10, 2011.

  1. zarathustra

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    Brooklyn-Queens representing.

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    That really wasn't my best side.
     
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    For a guy without a facebook page, you sure are on top of the kultchurr.
     
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    OJFC

    Re-posted by a friend who copied it from an elementary school's page.

    We can't even expect children to have decent manners anymore, or actually participate in the rituals of the fucking holiday they're celebrating, because their shitty manners and lack of participation might be a manifestation of some sort of disorder.

    Seriously. Fuck society. I quit.

     
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    in this day and age, everyone's kid is the goddamn chosen one decreed by the heavens to be the best in whatever shit they do.
     
  8. MrG

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    :laugh:

    I love that episode.


    Truth. And if they're not the best, it's not because they're actually not the best; it's because a disorder has made it impossible for them to live up to their unlimited potential.
     
  9. Douglas

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    G, you should comment on that post that maybe those kids should dress up as special flowers for halloween.

    Our kid's school sent a note providing costume guidelines.
     
  10. Douglas

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    Here are excerpts from the school letter:

     
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    I commented on the post last night with "Dude. Seriously? You're trolling us, right?" It didn't get the response I wanted, and I'm reluctant to push much harder. The guy who posted it really is a good friend who I think (hope) just had a momentary lapse of reason inspired by becoming a bit of a softie after having kids.



    You could really work with this.

    "I talked to my daughter about what it means to be appropriate for Halloween. Afterwards, my daughter thought about it at length, and concluded that being offensive and scary was appropriate for the day. She really used her imagination to make it as offensive and scary as possible, and it was a lot of fun developing her special costume."
     
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    Whenever I read about shit like this, I just think "thank god I live in Texas". Although I'm sure some of this shit is going on in Austin.
     
  14. munchausen

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    I wonder if this would be considered "offensive"

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    If I had a kid, after getting that letter, I'd send him in a Robin Thicke costume (and hope he found a miley cyrus)

    If anyone tried to give me shit, I'd just say he was dressed up as beetlejuice.
     
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    Are they Piobaire and Ataturk halloween costumes???
     
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  17. munchausen

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    I have to laugh at how half assed the Zimmerman costume is. They couldnt even complete the word "neighborhood"
     
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    Email back and tell her that the phrase "alternative activity" shows a clear cultural bias that participating in this godless event is normalized.
     
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  19. munchausen

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    I would wear those costumes, minus the blackface.
     
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    I sincerely hope the kid with the blackface got his ass kicked.
     
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