People who state the obvious.
I just read a blog where a girl wrote below a picture of an obviously fake T-REX “don’t be afraid, this T-REX isn’t real.” She wasn’t trying to be humorous or sarcastic. She just didn’t know how to write.
People who think that their hopeful “belief” in old American values will somehow return our country to 18th century-esque morals, religious fervor and political ideology.
I’m sorry, but this isn’t the same country that our fathers founded. It’s not necessarily a bad country, just not the same country. Let’s be real for a moment, the good old days weren’t always good. Every society and era has it’s pitfalls.
People who think Wal-Mart is cheap.
Oh wait, I guess they’re right.
What bother’s me the most about this picture is the can of Country Time Lemonade.
I’m going to throw mine out, pronto.
Seriously though, you can shop at a different market for the same price, come home
with higher quality of products and choose not to participate in the degradation of American society all in the same shopping trip.
People who drive.
If you haven’t located the turn-signal after 20 years of driving, you should just quit.
If you haven’t realized that the green light means go, you should just quit.
If you haven’t figured out the difference between right and left lanes, you should just quit.
If you are in my way, you should just quit.
Sorry for the negativity here, but you know that you need to vent when you consider hiring a hit man after a morning of driving among the soccer moms and seniors.