Imagine someone who, having just seen an advertisement for a great deal on pizza, calls the pizza place to inform it that they have never really cared for pizza, then calmly hangs up the phone.
Imagine someone stepping into a library, proudly announcing “I DON’T READ” and just standing there, awaiting response.
Imagine someone walking their dog when a gentleman rushes up to them, stops, informs them they have never and would never own a dog, and walks away.
Imagine you’re talking with a friend in public about what kind of cake you would like for your birthday, and a stranger interrupts you to say they find cake disgusting and would only accept pie.
Now imagine all of these weird assholes getting defensive and angry when their “opinions” aren’t “respected” enough or their “input” isn’t as “valued” as anyone else’s.
“But THAT GUY” as pie-man points a finger towards your friend, “said that he loves cake!”
His eyes fill with confused tears.
“I’m just expressing my opinion!” He stammers. “I have the same right!”
If you would be embarrassed to act this way in person you should be embarrassed to act this way on the internet.
Happy Fathers Day
fuck you guys
LAUGHING SO HAR DLHDJSKHGKJ
(Source: -acrey, via yandere-of-the-opera)
im working a lot but i still have time for my FAVORITE boys
that escalated quickly.