xeni at May 13th, 2014 17:44 — #1
funruly at May 13th, 2014 18:43 — #2
May those who are outspoken, quirky, and ardent activists for freedom and individuality inherit a fandom: full of quirks, outspokenness, and a penchant for pedantry.
gilbertwham at May 13th, 2014 19:43 — #3
The comments one is funny, but the one before it? Fuuuuuck...
noahdjango at May 13th, 2014 20:25 — #4
I hope you step on a lego!
schwaman at May 13th, 2014 20:42 — #5
For a comedic article this sure packs quite a punch. I think I need to go reevaluate some things.
phasmafelis at May 14th, 2014 01:42 — #6
They already are. Am I supposed to give a shit?
How about "May you develop a crippling obsession with the opinions of internet randoms, until you can be reduced to tears by the sort of busybodies who are vocally horrified by men's hats."
ldobe at May 14th, 2014 02:40 — #7
My family uses that one. Instead of using real or faux profanity, we like to get creative. "I hope you step on a lego" is what my brother and I have always shouted and still use when we piss each other off. Less hurtful than "go fuck yourself", or "die in a fire", or "you're a psychopath", but still salty enough. We love each other, and both of us still cringe at the memory of the countless intra-pedal lego implantations we experienced in childhood.
cowicide at May 14th, 2014 13:41 — #8
At the bank headquarters I worked at in the 90's, an office favorite was, "I wish you death."
One lady even had notepads made with that sort of sentiment basically telling others to "do this or die", etc.
We started Capital One after that.
xeni at May 18th, 2014 17:44 — #9
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