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Re: People love complaining, right? Complain about everything (life, health, bad luck, random shit etc)

by Guest » Fri Apr 19, 2019 11:40 pm

Fucking hip people who can't sit in chairs or booths properly. Always sideways like they're scoping out the joint while finger-raping their phones. Yeah, that's right. Let everyone on Twitter know what a Marvel-loving trend setter you are.

Re: People love complaining, right? Complain about everything (life, health, bad luck, random shit etc)

by Keith Chegwin » Fri Apr 19, 2019 10:17 pm

Tony Schiavone wrote:
Fri Apr 19, 2019 6:08 pm
I got turned down for one of the jobs (the higher paying one), the power went out due to a storm, and instead of working I have to run around in the rain dodging traffic. After I spent $600 yesterday to have some damn A/C in my car.
This whole day is turning out to be--to quote Harry Truman--"a bunch of damn bullshit."
You should shoot the place up

Re: People love complaining, right? Complain about everything (life, health, bad luck, random shit etc)

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Re: People love complaining, right? Complain about everything (life, health, bad luck, random shit etc)

by Tony Schiavone » Fri Apr 19, 2019 6:08 pm

I got turned down for one of the jobs (the higher paying one), the power went out due to a storm, and instead of working I have to run around in the rain dodging traffic. After I spent $600 yesterday to have some damn A/C in my car.
This whole day is turning out to be--to quote Harry Truman--"a bunch of damn bullshit."

Re: People love complaining, right? Complain about everything (life, health, bad luck, random shit etc)

by VoiceOfReasonPast » Mon Apr 15, 2019 10:32 am

BlueberryRagamuffin wrote:
Sun Apr 14, 2019 9:33 pm
"Children are a part of society, get over it and learn to coexist with them!" How about you learn some common courtesy? If you're a child and you're not in a McDonald's playplace or Chuck E. Cheese, SHUT THE FUCK UP. Children need to conform to the adult world, not the other way around.
You need to be more acceptive of special snowflakes.

Re: People love complaining, right? Complain about everything (life, health, bad luck, random shit etc)

by Poonoo » Sun Apr 14, 2019 10:23 pm

Kugelfisch wrote:
Sun Apr 14, 2019 3:59 pm
da PAC Nigguh wrote:
Sun Apr 14, 2019 3:52 pm
A few years go I read an article about a restaurant that was implementing a "no children" policy. It was meant for people to go out and not have to worry about dealing with people's hellspawn while they had a good time. I do recall a few people trying to cry that it was a horrible thing and that people should boycott, but they seemed to be the minority opinion. Most people were sick of having kids ruin their engagements and were happy to have a sanctuary for that sort of thing.
I think that's a perfectly fine thing to do. People can't even go the >muh discrimination route on that. If they would to try that here I'd just set up some coin operated gambling machine somewhere. That instantly bans anyone under 18 from even entering the location. :lol:
I was about to say, just call the place a bar that has food as well and/or do what you did, that way you don't have to make a big song and dance about no kids and be subtle about it.

Re: People love complaining, right? Complain about everything (life, health, bad luck, random shit etc)

by Guest » Sun Apr 14, 2019 9:55 pm

Going to diners is stupid. Cook your own dinner and eat at home like a civilized person.

Re: People love complaining, right? Complain about everything (life, health, bad luck, random shit etc)

by BlueberryRagamuffin » Sun Apr 14, 2019 9:33 pm

A few months ago I was at a diner with my mom waiting for my food when a toddler started shrieking his head off. I was like "fuck that" and went to play Galaga in the lobby. I went back 5 minutes later to see if my food was ready and the kid was STILL screaming. My mom told me he'd been doing that the entire time. If it wasn't for the Galaga machine I'd have flagged down the waitress and complained.

"Children are a part of society, get over it and learn to coexist with them!" How about you learn some common courtesy? If you're a child and you're not in a McDonald's playplace or Chuck E. Cheese, SHUT THE FUCK UP. Children need to conform to the adult world, not the other way around.

Re: People love complaining, right? Complain about everything (life, health, bad luck, random shit etc)

by Guest » Sun Apr 14, 2019 4:45 pm

Kugelfisch wrote:
Sun Apr 14, 2019 3:18 pm
Not everyone is made for tard wrangling. Maybe next time when she brings him to bed there could accidentally be one pillow too much in it? Accidents happen, you know.
>smothering a future DHI poster
r00d.

Re: People love complaining, right? Complain about everything (life, health, bad luck, random shit etc)

by Kugelfisch » Sun Apr 14, 2019 3:59 pm

da PAC Nigguh wrote:
Sun Apr 14, 2019 3:52 pm
A few years go I read an article about a restaurant that was implementing a "no children" policy. It was meant for people to go out and not have to worry about dealing with people's hellspawn while they had a good time. I do recall a few people trying to cry that it was a horrible thing and that people should boycott, but they seemed to be the minority opinion. Most people were sick of having kids ruin their engagements and were happy to have a sanctuary for that sort of thing.
I think that's a perfectly fine thing to do. People can't even go the >muh discrimination route on that. If they would to try that here I'd just set up some coin operated gambling machine somewhere. That instantly bans anyone under 18 from even entering the location. :lol:

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