March 11, 2015

To her friend, while explaining the importance of having cool children...


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  1. "Call of Duty?" How downright plebeian.

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  2. Game of Thrones, just the show to sit down and watch with your kids.

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  3. TIL that orphanages buy children. Here I always thought they got them for free.

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    1. Maybe the orphanages you shop at. I only buy organic, free-range children. That involves a lot of overhead, but you get what you pay for.

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    2. God, I hope that was an orphanage I sold my kids to, or I am in big trouble with my wife.

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    3. I hope that you at least got some magic beans out of the deal!

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  4. This kind of mindset is the reverse of this trope:

    KIDDO, I WANT YOU TO LIKE THE FOOTBALL TEAM YOUR FAMILY LIKES
    But I don't like football, I like DnD and comics and stuff
    NO YOU WILL LIKE FOOTBALL SO HELP ME GOD
    But
    WEAR THE JERSEYS WATCH THE GAMES GET A TATTOO OF THEIR LOGO BE COOL

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  5. What heck is Sriracha?

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    1. Other than a spicy sauce, no idea.

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  6. I really don't get the obsession with Sriracha. It's good, but it wouldn't live up to the hype people give it even if eating it gave you superpowers. I'm more of a Tapatio man myself.

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    1. I don't even like it myself. The balance of "flavor" to "heat" is totally off. It's like taking a sledgehammer to the palette...ya can't taste anything! Although I do like Trader Joe's brand of sriracha, which is still hot but tones down the excessive spice for a more vinegary, sweeter taste.

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  7. I CANNOT BELIEVE SOMEONE DOESN'T KNOW WHAT SRIRACHA IS IN MARCH 2015

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  8. I cannot believe that you are so obsessed with your own interests and tastes that you judge the world by their knowledge of them. (I also cannot believe that in March of 2015, someone still types in all caps)

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  9. Boy, do I feel sorry for her future children. If only they knew what was in store for them. Hopefully, Dr. Phil will still be on the air for the next 10 years, or so, and they can work out what ever problems that they'll eventually have then arrange to get some good family counseling.

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