Discussion in 'Humorous Jokes, Stories or Pictures' started by observe, Mar 28, 2013.
Guess where I was when I saw this? !!!
Being an engineer is both a blessing and a curse........
On the Enterprise?
Working for/with one can be a curse too. BTDT.
in the bathroom?
Not too well thought out.
This guy chose his parents. He chose to swim faster than all the other millions of sperm. He can't complain. Those poor parents never asked for a tool of a child, but that's what he gave them when he won the race....
If that was my son.........
Reminds me of an old Polish guy I used to work with. He had a saying, "His old man should have shot that load in the coal bin".
"The mother speaks!
I'm Raphael's mother and this is my response to the recent upheaval my son has created :
1. I must admire my son's temerity to want to take his parents to court knowing both of us are lawyers.
2. If Raphael could come up with a rational explanation as to how we could have sought his consent to be born, I will accept my fault.
3. The media has focussed on a sliver of what Raphael believes in. His belief in anti natalism, his concern for the burden on Earth's resources due to needless life, his sensitivity toward the pain experienced unwittingly by children while growing up and so much more has been ruefully forgotten.
I'm very happy that my son has grown up into a fearless, independent thinking young man. He is sure to find his path to happiness.
Kavita Karnad Samuel"
World Pussification! Absolutely insane!
Makes me want to hang a sign at the entrance to my space that says! Please check your vagina at the door unless you plan to use it!
Today's new power couple
That guy is a piece of work. The world is breeding, disturbed Beta-males, at an alarming rate.
God help us!
Yep, it comes naturally.
The emotional rollercoaster that we experience, the ups and downs in life, are what make life worth living. "Pain experienced unwittingly by children" is an odd way of viewing the life one has lived. These are not well people.
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