August 7th, 2007
|03:16 pm - well.|
Our soda vending machine's refrigeration unit appears to be busted, and all the drinks are served room temperature instead of frosty cold. Because of this, someone has helpfully affixed a sign to the machine that reads "SODA IS NOT COOL."
I have an compulsion to take a pen and retort with "Who are you to judge what I drink?"
|Date:||August 7th, 2007 08:03 pm (UTC)|| |
(and in order to do my part, i will, in writing, mock the apostrophe in the sign on our front door that announces the location of the "Break Area's".)
(gud thing we is a lernin' universatee!)
|Date:||August 8th, 2007 03:56 am (UTC)|| |
Perhaps Break Area belongs to Break Area, though...
Of course, I'd also strike through "soda" and put "pop" but I am a danged midwesterner.
You might want to seek counseling to deal with your issues concerning your father, rather than posting them on a vending machine!
|Date:||August 7th, 2007 09:12 pm (UTC)|| |
Do it for the LULZ! Extra points if a van explodes.
|Date:||August 8th, 2007 03:57 am (UTC)|| |
ahahahaha. oh why must people make me lol at work.
|Date:||August 7th, 2007 10:33 pm (UTC)|| |
Or alternatively, "A message from Concerned Citizens against Carbonation."
This reminds me of the thread on John Scalzi's blog a while back where everyone was arguing about their favorite brand of soda pop, and then some guy came in and posted a long rant about how the stuff is all poison anyway and all the companies that make it kill people in the Third World, with some inline photos of death-squad victims or something. And then Scalzi explained to him about how you behave on a web forum, but the whole exchange sent me into this two-day funk just thinking, "OK, but suppose he's right?" and how living in America and buying things makes you worse than Hitler.
I get that a lot.