the Worst of Society

March 10, 2008 at 2:40 AM 2 comments

Here are three types of people society could do without:

Rude People
Honestly, do people have to be so rude? It’s not even about the rudeness itself actually. It’s about the lack of finesse with which they go about pissing other people off. They resort to lame comebacks such as “You’re gay,” or “[insert expletive] you.” Then there’s the proverbial “Your Mom” stabs. “I’m going to go do your mom”. “You’re mom’s a [whatever you and your rude friend are talking about].” You don’t even have to be arguing for them to say that. Perhaps your silence is offending them. It’s a sign of weakness actually, because it only goes to show that they don’t have the guts to actually offend you directly. If you’re going to be rude, at least show some wit.

Stop throwing your trash all over the place! We know you want to be fat and lazy, but losing that one calorie to walk to the trash can and throw it away isn’t going to prevent you from blocking up your arteries.

The Green Man wants you to pick up your trash!

People Who Write L1k3 Th1s
Why d0 P30pl3 th1Nk 1t i5 “c00l” t0 wR1t3 1k3 th1s?

Do you know how much energy I put into writing those eleven words in the sentence above? I could have made a hundred trips to throw away trash, and the holiday colors of Spell Check and “Sentence Fragment: Please consider revising” is driving me crazy. People may think writing in proper English is too much work, yet they contradict themselves by typing in this inefficient orthography. It’s quite illogical to put so much effort into something that does not serve your own selfish interests, much less damage it.

It appears that this butchering of the ASCII language occurs a lot when people make their screen names*. When exchanging SN’s, idiot “l337” speakers must say their name and then instruct me to convert every convertible letter into a number. Wouldn’t it be so much easier to write their names in proper English and then add all those numbers at the end of the word like the computer always suggest when you use a name that’s been taken?
Imagine what would happen if they were allowed to use symbols in their screen names.

*As if that’s not bad enough, screen names of dunces like these tend not to make sense when spoken verbally and/or are preceded and/or followed by “xX” or “


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2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Laura  |  March 12, 2008 at 1:51 AM

    Haha. Well, no blocked arteries for you…

  • 2. Korn  |  March 26, 2008 at 4:10 AM

    The clogging of arteries is usually from a high cholestrol diet. Cholestrol, once ingested, travels down to the stomach and then to the small intestine, where it is absorbed into the blood stream to be supplied to cells that need the fat. The clogging of arteries is usually begins when either platelets accumulate or cholestrol accumulate. Walking, does not remove the cholestrol aggregate because it is in your blood stream. Only pressure, from blood, or something heavy can unclog your arteries. This has been lesson number four… Class dismissed.


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