There are a few interesting characters at this "job" place; I even get to sit next to a 'PumpkinHead' (a big Smashing Pumpkins fan). Sometimes I say things at work that really get people stirred up. Sometimes I do it on purpose; and sometimes I say hurtful things (accidentally?) as a reaction to some form of obvious stupidity. The other day, I said that "The idea of having children either is appealing to stupid people, or maybe it's having children that makes people stupid.".
How does that statement make you feel? Bear in mind that I don't give a shit what your dumbass thinks; but maybe you should consider your own opinion before continuing. Got it?
Background: At work the other day, this girl asks me if I smoke. "Yes." Then she asks me for a cigarrette. I respond by asking "Aren't you pregnant?" She says "Yes". I said "Isn't it bad for your baby--to smoke when you're pregnant?" She then said "Hey; this is my fourth kid, and I make my own decisions."
That was the end of our conversation, but it did not have to be. I could have said many cute things; I could have asked rhetorical questions in a painfully sarcastic manner. I could have pointed out that her fetus might not choose to be born with a craving for nicotine. I COULD have said many things that would have brought this dumb, fat, broke, pregnant CUNT to tears--but I did not. Aren't you proud of me?
More background: There's this guy at work who is 24. He first became a father at age 13, and now has 7 children with a few different women. Playfully; I mentioned to him that he needs to learn how to "pull out".
That was the end of our conversation, but it did not have to be. I could have said many cute things; I could have asked questions in a painfully sarcastic manner. I could have pointed out that his dumb, broke immigrant ass should be very thankful to white people and our white government here in America that pays for his childcare and his children's education, and gives the mothers of those children lots of unemployment pay, welfare and food stamps. I might have mentioned how in any other country of the world that he would be EATING a few of his own children--just so that one or two might survive. I COULD have said many things that definitely would have led to a fistfight with this stupid greaseball--but I did not. Aren't you proud of me?
I'm certainly not done with all of my research yet. However, at the present time my hypothesis is holding strong: "The idea of having children either is appealing to stupid people, or maybe it's having children that makes people stupid."
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