THIS Is Why We Can't Have Nice Things 😓


Continuing the discussion from Curious gentleman destroys museum piece:

Hmm… I thought this was:





THIS is why we can’t have Nice Things.

Edit: I really should make a list


Every single ‘Will It Blend?’ video of electronic equipment worth someone’s weekly paycheck.


what about


Such people should be forced to live, for six months, in a tiny apartment with one-square foot of counter space, an electric stove, mini-fridge, a single rusty skillet, a hard water supply, and electric that intermittently goes out.


Another reason why we can’t have nice things:

“Certainly Cronkhite has learned what it means to be male and friendly and a little offbeat: “I will never try to go out and try to do anything nice for anyone again,” he said.”



Try to do, or do not try to do; there is no try to go out and try to do.


I forgot all about this thread, and the recent likepocalypse makes this so. Much. Funnier.


We lost the ability to have nice things the moment the Internet went mainstream.


“Likepocalypse?” I’ve always wanted to be part of an -pocalypse.


No good deed goes unpunished
No act of charity goes unresented
No good deed goes unpunished
That’s my new creed

My road of good intentions led where such roads always lead
No good deed
Goes unpunished

Doctor Dillamond…

One question haunts and hurts
Too much, too much to mention
Was I really seeking good
Or just seeking attention?

Is that all good deeds are
When looked at with an ice-cold eye?
If that’s all good deeds are
Maybe that’s the reason why

No good deed goes unpunished
All helpful urges should be circumvented
No good deed goes unpunished
Sure, I meant well, but look at what well-meant did!

All right, enough, so be it.
So be it, then.

Let all Oz agree: I’m wicked through and through
Since I could not succeed, Fiyero, saving you
I promise no good deed will I attempt to do again!
Ever again!

No good deed
Will I do


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