Out of the South cometh the whirlwind
(HT: Miss Jordan Sims via Pintrest)
I’ve said many times I didn’t realize how much Americans whine and moan and bitch and piss about EVERYTHING (myself included) till I moved to the third world. If it hasn’t cured me of whining and moping and moaning I’m pretty sure I do a lot less of it.
Part of the reason I’ve become a curmudgeon – if someone my age can be classified as a curmudgeon – is simply due to having to interact with so many whiny, entitled Americans. What I wouldn’t give for a tool that would discreetly deactivate all the many handheld electronic devices so many people can’t seem to do without for even a few minutes.
One of the things I enjoy about your column, Rev., is that you highlight how different things are in another part of the world, and the fact that people somewhere somehow manage to get by without texting, iPhones, Starbucks, et al. It’s a welcome relief.
so, so funny )
Yet, so true.
the second one if funny.
I’d like to say I’ve never got my hand caught in a Pringles can, but that would be a lie.
This is so funny, I could hardly read this aloud to my husband because I was laughing so hard. :)
I think it would be less funny if they actually applied to us, but I do know people who have these problems. And I respect them less when they crab about them. Perhaps I should just silently laugh at them.
I now know what NOT to complain to you about! hehehehe. :)
I really can’t see you getting your hand stuck in a Pringles’ can or being too lazy to get your battery charger.
hehe! You are right about that. My husband reposted this on his facebook page after I read it to him. He’s never done that before. He liked the crunchy chips because he has such a hard time hearing. Too funny! :)
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