A man escapes from a prison where he’s been locked up for 15 years. He breaks into a house and inside, he finds a young couple in bed. He ties him to a chair. While tying the wife to the bed, the convict gets on top of her, kisses her neck, then gets up and goes into the bathroom.
While he’s in there, the husband whispers over to his wife,
“Listen, this guy is an escaped convict. Look at his clothes! He’s probably spent a lot of time in jail and hasn’t seen a woman in years. I saw how he kissed your neck. If he wants sex, don’t resist, don’t complain. Do whatever he tells you. Satisfy him no matter how much he nauseates you. This guy is obviously very dangerous. If he gets angry, he’ll kill us both. Be strong, honey. I love you!”
She responds, “He wasn’t kissing my neck. He was whispering in my ear. He told me that he’s gay, thinks you’re cute, and asked if we had any Vaseline. I told him it was in the bathroom. Be strong honey. I love you, too.”
found this kid on facebook… and i… just…. yeah… oh holy
even canada’s higher than you america
I feel obligated to reblog every post that has the Robin Sparkles gif in it.
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So, I found this in the Walmart in Concord, and it kind of irritated me, to be honest.
Unpopular opinion time. Sorry, not sorry.
But.. $8.81x40 = $352.40
$352.40x4 = $1,409.60
And this is for menial tasks such as cashier work, custodial work, food and customer service.
$290x4 = $1,160
I get paid $249.60 less monthly for sacrificing sleep and meals, going into burning buildings, helping people that more often call me a confused male than offering thanks, and keeping a town from self-destructing.
Firefighters don’t get to go on strike.
Nor do many, if any, want to. Because we love what we do.
Rarely do you hear us complain about our pay.
I’m sorry, but you can fuck right off with this striking bullshit.
It is not my fault, nor my problem that you hate your job that still pays more than that of a firefighter, EMT or Paramedic.
If $8.81 is not a livable wage, neither is $7.25.
I am not helping you get a raise while you strike and sit out of a job that you could just as easily quit, or find a second job.
I’m not about to sit here and tell you it’s easy to find one job, let alone two. But it’s not exactly impossible, either. Don’t ask me to help your ass get more money when I myself scrape for change just to get by every week and don’t make a scene about it.
But, either way, I know someone is going to take offense to this post. And frankly, I could not give less of a singular fuck.
This is the best thing I’ve ever read.
No. No no no. So much no I can’t…..people are such idiots it baffles me. Cool, you’re a firefighter, it’s a job. But you can’t tell me that just because you run into burning buildings doesn’t make your job any better. Just because someone works at Walmart or McDonalds doesn’t mean they deserve to make less money or that they don’t work hard as fuck. So please step down off your high horse. Thank you.
Sorry, you’re wrong. If you work at Walmart or McDonalds, you DO deserve to make less. Because your job doesn’t matter. Period. Maybe you work “hard as fuck,” but if you didn’t, it literally would not matter. In fact, I’m pretty sure the world would be better off without Walmarts or McDonalds.
I went to school to do my job. Hundreds of hours of school. And hundreds of hours of clinical time with actual human lives in my hands. I make a pretty decent living, and I god damn deserve it. If I didn’t do my job right, people would die. That’s pretty priceless, I think.
Get a real job. Then understand why people are so upset.
Get off YOUR high horse.
people at McDonalds do not work “hard as fuck”.
90% of these people who do these jobs are teenagers.
i worked in both a grocery store, i was a manager at, and a Tim Hortons, where.i.was a shift supervisor.
I am 20 and have been working, for pay, im EMS for a year and a half, so put that in perspective for a minute. these peope who do these jobs do not work hard as fuck, actually 95% of them work harder trying to find a way out of work, than.actually doing their fucking jobs.
i made better money at 18, managing a bunch of shitheads in.a.grocery store than i have in EMS. so no, fuck this.
Actually, tillandmama, I can tell you that what I do is better than that of a burger flipping or cashier job.
And, as much as it pains your little ignorant soul, I do deserve to make more than them. Because while people like you complain about your 15 minute breaks and your low pay and your poor work conditions and the fact that you stand in one spot for 12 hours a day, or whatever, people like me are far too busy to sit around and bitch about how we don’t get breaks, how we miss entire meals, how our pay is- because we are just a tad bit preoccupied with the fact that our actions can either save someone’s life, or end it.
I am willing to bet, you, cupcake, haven’t had to preform CPR on a child who was beyond saving because it was in your job description. I bet you have not heard the curdling screams of a wife who thought her husband was just sleeping, and we just told her that he’s dead. And I sure as shit bet that you have not had to lie to a 40 year old married father of two that he was going to be just fine, and then he died an hour later.
Your definition of working hard as fuck, versus mine, are two very different levels of effort, clearly. If I do not preform to be physical and mental best at all times, somebody can be killed.
Don’t you dare tell me that my brothers and sisters and I that your job even remotely compares, because it fucking doesn’t.
McDonalds is not a necessity. We could just as easily function without said fast food chain, or Walmart, or other such companies quite easily. It is not meant to be a career. More often than not, those jobs are aimed at high schoolers and college students to help them get by until they finish school. The only way I could see it being a career is if one wanted to go into business and marketing and management. Often times, they do make better than EMS and fire and dozens of other valuable careers and services, and that’s ridiculous. Not only that, but looking at it economics wise, if I remember correctly, if majority of workers get a substantial raise, prices have the opportunity to rise, and then we’re back where we started. And let’s not even bring up the “working hard as fuck” thing. Flipping patties, scanning shit, and janitorial work are not that exhausting. And yes, I know people suck and customers can be shitty, but even then, it’s not that difficult. Until you have had to do half the shit my brothers, sisters and I have had to do, do not talk to me about working hard as fuck. When you’ve had to work cardiac arrests in front of families, hold a dying mans hand, or work a wreck in a 20 foot deep gully in the pouring rain and slick mud, do not talk to me about “working hard as fuck.” My career is such that I work on a daily basis with people’s lives in my hands, how is it they deserve to make more than I and my coworkers do, with not even half the level of stress and half the level of work? I rarely make my thoughts known on matters like these on here, but this is fucking ridiculous.
Let us also look at the numbers. I as a full time paid firefighter work a scheduled 2880 hours in a year. A normal 40 hour a week job only works 2080 hours in a year. My first year on the fire department I was below the poverty level and had to get a second job. With that I work another 30 to 40 hours a week to pay my bills. To rub salt in the wound I have a college degree and other advanced training.
As the years have gone by I have advanced in the fire department. I do make a decent wage now but I still working second job. With my job I am required to get continual education. A majority of that education is done outside of working hours and thus is not paid. I chose my career because it is what I wanted to do and understood that the pay was not the greatest. I have many times contemplated working somewhere else but I knew I would not be happy.
If you’re not happy with your wage then do something about it by getting an education and going somewhere else. If you want to reward for doing your job that is just like coming in last in a race and getting a participation trophy.
YES YES YES firefighters and other similar jobs should definitely be paid much more than Walmart and McDonald’s employees. No ones going to die if Walmart and McDonald’s shut down
1. EVERYONE DESERVES TO BE PAID A LIVING WAGE. Yes, Firefighters and Emergency Medical personnel should be paid more than they currently are, but so should people who work in retail and fast food and any so-called “lesser” jobs. The minimum wage is NOT a living wage and we should be supporting workers, not critizing or shaming them for demanding a living wage.
2. NOT EVERYONE WHO WORKS IN RETAIL AND FAST FOOD IS AN UNEDUCATED TEENAGER. Here is a very nice infographic to help dispel some common misconceptions about fast food workers:
3. A COLLEGE EDUCATION AND/OR VOCATIONAL TRAINING IS NOT A REALISTIC OPTION FOR MANY PEOPLE WHO WORK RETAIL OR FAST FOOD. How about instead of putting all our energy into arguing about who works harder and who deserves what amount of pay, we put it into making ALL LEVELS of education more accessible.
4. AGAIN, EVERYONE DESERVES TO BE PAID A LIVING WAGE.
5. I’m not saying that a Firefighter shouldn’t make more than someone who works at Wal-Mart. I’m saying that we shouldn’t criticize people who work in what we deem “unnecessary” jobs for wanting a living wage. People are people and no one deserves to be taken advantage of.
6. One more thing: Don’t use your heroic job to shame people. Not everyone can be a Firefighter or EMT.
I don’t even know what to say right now, because people act like they know the story behind why people work at McDonald’s and WalMart. At first I was going to walk away from this entire post, but it’s pressing so hard on my head that walking away from it would drive me crazy for the rest of the day.
First of all, I’m wondering if the people shitting so hard on the retail and fast food workers are the same people who tend to treat these hard working folk like CRAP. This is someone just trying to do their job, and you’re making it a fucking contest comparing apples to oranges.
Second, common sense tells you someone who combats fires and saves lives exerts more physical energy than someone working retail. HOWEVER—to sit there and make fucked up claims about retail and fast food workers is insanely disrespectful. Y’all wanna sit there and make it seem like jobs and educational opportunities are falling out of the sky.
Third— I promise you a good chunk of people working these jobs are either trying to finance a higher education, prepare for one, or are flat out trying to survive. Now, are you the same people who shit on them for having EBT cards? Oh please don’t tell me y’all hard workin mofos are those people. Talking about do better and be better as if equal opportunities are on every block, every street, every ‘hood. Somebody’s on their hands and knees with dreams and goals trying to get to halfway where you are, and you’ve got the audacity to break down numbers and throw verbal feces on what they’re trying to do. WHO THE FUCK ARE YOU?
Fourth— In all this mess of who is better than whom, it’s almost like people forget these are human beings we’re talking about. Maybe in your higher-paid world, WalMart and the golden arches don’t mean shit. That’s fine and good. Go to Whole Foods or whatever and get yours. Point and click to PeaPod and have a green box delivered to your stoop. How many of those shitting on these workers and talking about “it won’t matter” have shopped at a WalMart lately? Have driven through the drive thru for a number 5? No, you might not die and the inconvenience might be temporary for you. But what about everyone else who doesn’t have a strong salary? Gotta eat to survive. To survive and look for work, gotta have energy. I could go on and on with that. One hand washes another, even if you think it’s a tiny ripple in the pond.
Fifth— PEOPLE WHO WORK RETAIL DO WORK HARD AS FUCK. Slaving and schlepping and sweating. Corns and calluses, back aches, long and hard hours. Emotional stress. Putting up with bullshit year round from fuck ass customers who think they’re better than them, and asshole supervisors. Is that saying Firefighters and other people don’t work as hard? HELL NO. But that’s 100% bullshit to say someone’s job is worthless or meaningless and they need to get paid less or have no job at all. Congrats on you doing what you’ve done to get where you are—but didn’t you start from the bottom too? That’s messed up! YOU KNOW THE STRUGGLE, AND HAVE THE NERVE TO SHIT ON SOMEBODY ELSE TRYING TO GET THROUGH THEIR STRUGGLE!
But fuck it. People banding together, they don’t wanna hear. Like, fuck these words that came off my heart, but I’ve seen family and friends go through this shit for too long. They’ve been all blessed and cursed having to adjust the entire time. Not once did they compare their struggle or shit on anyone just trying to make it. If anything, they encouraged.
This was an incoherent ass rant but I couldn’t walk away from this fuckery for another second.
CAN WE NEVER FORGET THIS PHOTO EVER PLEASE
um, random giveaway?
trying to get rid of things that remind me of my ex. -_-
- PS3 500 GB +controller & wire things
- Fallout New Vegas
- Nintendo 3DS +battery pack, for days of battery & charger
- Super Mario Bros 2 3DS
- Pokemon Diamond
- Pokemon Black
- Adventure Time 3DS
- Cooking Mama
- Mario Party
- Pokemon Y 3DS
- Sims3 3 DS
- Tetris Party
- Naruto Path of the Ninja
- Scooby Doo Unmasked
- 6 sets of 00 plugs
must be following me, 7stitches, every reblog counts twice, likes once.
ENDING NEW YEARS DAY. ships anywhere, i’ll pay.
Apparently I was brutally murdered in a past life.
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