Dear couple making out by the soda machine,
Please get a room. There are kids around and I came here to eat my lunch, not lose it.
Sincerely, single and happy for it
Dear people who support gay marriage,
What are your thoughts on polygamy?
Sincerely, an honestly curious gay-marriage supporter who thinks it wouldn't be so bad
Sincerely, Bin Laden
Yes, I understand that most of you aren't stupid and lazy, but some of you really do fit to the stereotypes...
Sincerely, "Oh, you speak European?"
Dear transsexual and transgendered people,
I support you, but I don't understand at all.
Dear televisions radios and internet sites,
Please don't advertise food commercials when I don't have the money to buy the products.
Sincerely, broke and starving.
Dear women buying their products while on their periods,
Am I the only one around here who stocks up on that stuff BEFORE I run out?
Sincerely, That's one of the last things I wanna have to worry about when the time actually comes...
Dear Those who use "ma"instead of "my",
It is definitely not cool and it takes the same typing effort.
Sincerely, being grammatically correct is cooler
Dear Teacher whose students 'caught' scurvy,
Last time I checked, scurvy was a deficiency disorder, NOT a germ to be caught
Sincerely, Get it right!!
I'm a Witch. Not like in Hansel and Gretel. Not like in Charmed. I practice energy, and conduct circles, and believe in the magic of Mother Nature. I'm not evil, and I don't worship Satan. We don't have a Satan. I worship energy, nature, and the universe--does that sound evil to you? It's the 21st century. Please get it right. I'm tired of being looked down upon when I say I'm Wiccan.
Sincerely, yes, this really is an issue
Dear people who use 'unconstitutional' as an argument,
Try reading the constitution before using that argument. There is nothing about marriage in it.
Sincerely, a frustated AP US History student
Just because I leave a few books on my desk and a plate in the sink does not mean I am a slob. Calm down your self-righteous titties.
Sincerely, your roommate who likes her room looking lived-in
Dear people who talk about "thin privilege",
I have a suggestion: How about we just stop defining each other by the number that our scales show and start to define each other by how we behave? Because, honestly, it's certainly not my fault some people are overweight. I DO acknowledge the possibility that it's not their fault either, and I'm not saying that it is their fault, I am simply saying that just like they perhaps did not choose to be overweight, I did not choose to have a high metabolism and be underweight. I promise that should I ever see an overweight person getting treated badly just because of how much they weigh, I WILL stand up for them, because I believe in equality for (almost) everyone. However, their weight is not a reason to tell me I should "check my privilege" because certainly, if I had ways to make that "privilege" stuff end, I would.
Sincerely, a thin person
Just because I live in Nashville does not mean I like country music
Sincerely, I actually think it's terrible and am very embarrassed by the stereotypes
Next time, please check what's going on before you call the cops. Yes, we talk loudly, sarcastically and harshly, but that's just our language. We're not beating each other up, promise!
Sincerely, the couple next door