It is always reassuring to know that your tax dollars are going somewhere where they are of benefit to somebody. We pay our taxes to put in place better roads, good infrastructure, a sound education system, and to fix… the weather?
This post complains that rainwater has the audacity to form puddles at the end of their driveway, and the local government have done nothing about it, despite all the taxes they have paid. We would love to know exactly what it is this person wants their government to do. Stop it from raining?
Now, we can admit that we aren’t too familiar about the origins of the handshake, but regardless of how the act of handshaking started, we no longer shake hands to show that we’re not holding a weapon. It’s just become a gesture of greeting.
This poster claims that shaking hands with a woman feels patronizing, but we can guarantee the only patronizing thing we can see here is this post. It is truly baffling that there are not only people out there that think along these lines, but even worse, that there are people out there that feel the need to share those thoughts.
One of the big issues with the internet nowadays is the rising number of self-proclaimed health experts. Anyone with access to the internet can self-diagnose themselves with any manner of illness or disease, which by no means should be a replacement for going to see a qualified professional.
Now, we aren’t sure why exactly this parent poured oil in their daughter’s ear, but we aren’t surprised, either, that it led to the daughter’s eardrum rupturing. Not only is this scary and extremely dangerous, but it’s also just plain bizarre. We can’t emphasize this enough—don’t take medical advice off the internet. It never leads anywhere good.