Friday, May 3, 2013

Funny Friday: Text Your Parents

Lets start with the topic for Jenni's blog every day in May: Things that make you uncomfortable.

1-When people argue politics:
You aren't going to see the same side, and you knew that when you started arguing, and you're just making the situation awkward for everyone.
2-When people just want to argue and won't even hear your side of it:
I really hate this. I try to be an open person, and if I don't agree with you, I will still listen to you. I get really uncomfortbale when people are closed minded and when you say your side they just say "NO" and go off on why you're wrong.
3-When people make out in public:
Do I even need to explain this one?

This might be the best Funny Friday I've done. Last week was pretty darn good, but I just find this hilarious.

I found this on my old standby, buzzfeed. It's called:

What Happens if you text your parents pretending to be a drug dealer
And here's how it starts

And here are some of the reponses, hilarious.

Now please go to the website and read the rest of them, they really are hilarious.


Alex[andra] said...

This is hilarious! Thanks for sharing. I know what I'll be reading on the bus ride home now!

Tanika Rice said...

I saw this on Buzzfeed and laughed my toosh off :) Great to see it again, still makes me chuckle.

Rachel said...

Yeah, so, on the topic of making out in public, one time, we were on a train with my siblings, taking pictures to commemorate the occasion and stuff, and Angel suddenty handed the camera to my little brother, said, "Take a picture of us making out!" and grabbed me. My stunned brother took a picture right away....and you're right, everyone, including myself, was highly uncomfortable and blushing. I have no idea why he did that, Angel's not much of a PDA person but my theory is that maybe he wanted to freak out my younger siblings. If so, he succeeded.

Autumn said...

Those texts are so funny! I agree with the political arguing.

Torrie said...

I generally despise politics as a topic, too--in fact, I tend to avoid the subject like the plague because people get so worked up over it and can get really nasty (it's one reason why I hardly spend any time on Facebook anymore).

And i'm with you on #2 as well---my problem is that I'm not confrontational AT ALL, and I tend to avoid arguments at all costs. That brings its own problems, of course, but they tend to be better than the ones I'd get if I were a big arguer.

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