Shankleface is doing ab exercises and pull-ups and I’m polishing off a pint of ice cream and neither of us is judging the other
life is grand, la di da ❤
I bet that with a just little biohacking, heroin could go from scary drug to low-carb superfood in no time
How is it already bedtime?
I have to be at work an hour early tomorrow so my bosses can fuss at me along with everyone else, because one person got a crappy customer service score and it “wouldn’t be fair” to single her out for punishment. One of my bosses has volunteered to bring breakfast casserole to make this meeting more like fun and less like staying after school because some other kid wouldn’t stop fucking off. It’s not going to work.
For the love of God, I need a new job.
All too often in cases like this I hear that the answer is for an offended party to “get a sense of humor.” I hate this. I hate how it puts the blame for the failed joke on the audience, and I hate how it’s almost always used by crappy comedians defending crappy jokes. If someone takes something really seriously, they have reasons for it, reasons that they can’t ignore. Don’t mock them for that.
The solution then is to understand at least a bit about what your audience is not going to find funny and adjust your jokes accordingly, even throwing them out entirely. Can you live without that Holocaust joke? Yes of course you can. Idiot.— Cracked: 4 Reasons No One Laughed at Your Joke