|comes in a fireproof version|
for the extremely afflicted.
I thought I would share some odds and ends with you today. The first thing is related to my post from the other day that mentioned the woman who got all that money from McDonald's for being stupid. The official cause was that their "too hot" coffee burned her, but whatever. After giving it some thought, I decided that if people need to be constantly warned about everything (ice is slippery, coffee is hot) so that they don't get killed during the normal course of a day, then the businesses they frequent and people they encounter should be entitled to know who they are dealing with so they can safely get through their day.
I think that if you have ever sued anyone for essentially not knowing that you're stupid and/or incompetent, then you should have to wear the shirt pictured above. It gives others a reasonable warning that dealing with you will be painful on many levels.
|I told SB this is not a|
We have agreed to mascara and light gray eyeliner. No eye shadow and nothing sparkly. I have maintained the right to send her back upstairs to wash her face if I think it's too much. I will keep you posted on how that goes.
|Worse than his eyelids|
being tattooed is that his
teeth are bedazzled.
Tattoos on your face and neck. You don't need them. If you don't know why, I can't really help you. But trust me, it's a bad idea. While I am not a tattoo person at all, I have seen some beautiful tattoos. None of these were on anyone's face or neck. People, you are not human doodle pads. Find a way to express yourself that doesn't cause you to look like an abandoned building a bunch of different people graffitied.
That was the Public Service Announcement for today. If you re-post today's entry, you will be doing public service work/ a good deed and can brag about what a good citizen you are throughout the entire weekend.
Lastly, I just had to point out that things are still FUBAR over in Libya. I had to search for that information because it is no longer a top story. It was listed in "other headlines." Randy Jackson telling an Idol hopeful that they have a natural talent was a top story. That is not right. France has gone so far as to support the rebels and promise to help defend the Libyan citizens (a nice surprise from France) and the US has suspended relations with the Libyan embassy in Washington. That was minor news. A deep fryer catching fire on Top Chef was bigger news. I think the person who prioritizes internet news stories should be forced to wear one of the above t-shirts.