Discussion in 'General Chatter' started by IndigoRiffRaff, Jun 3, 2017.
Wow. I don't think that's even the Globglogabgalab cartoon.
I think this reviewer did that one too, if this is the one you mean.
yes that's the fuckin unabomber
(I hate myself for this)
I, on the other hand, love you for it.
These were an actual toy line named, no kidding, "Struts". I wouldn't mind so much, but look at their feet.
a homemade curse fresh from the oven
Spoiler: menstruation cw
the great thing about being an artist is that sometimes one of your best friends will pay you actual literal money to draw his joke about a set of pokemon based on menstrual products
This, my friends, is a golf cart in the pond of my workplace. Honestly im surprised it didnt happen sooner, or that the customer who did it apparently after hours did not report it
Same tbh, from what you've told me it seems like something that would be distressingly routine. I guess congrats to your workplace for not allowing this to be a common problem??
Its sheer luck in my opinion, the park is huge so customers just go to the parts no one pays close attention to and do what they like. Especially when it comes to letting their very young kids drive the cart "for the experience of it" because they think breaking the rules will give better trip memories? Or they drive around drunk off their ass because at least 50% of our clientele are sloshed before lunch even rolls around
I may not like it, but I have to admit it makes a lot more sense.
Kind of reminds me of the number of people who asked if they could pet the deer that hung around the place I used to work.
Ma'am, the deer are wild animals who eat our garbage. They don't work for us. Go ahead and do what your heart tells you is right, but if one kicks you because you thought you were snow white, we can't exactly fire it.
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