I showed this joke to a few of my UK friends on steam and they all laughed their asses off. You on the other hand got all butthurt and called me a simpleton then unfriended me. WTF man. Pull your head out of your own ass.
Originally Posted by Ricky I showed this joke to a few of my UK friends on steam and they all laughed their asses off. You on the other hand got all butthurt and called me a simpleton then unfriended me. WTF man. Pull your head out of your own ass.
Pull my head out my ass? You're the one speaking shit, dude.
Originally Posted by The Cecilizer says the person who unfriends someone over a joke. piss off adam.
I cant help it if some people lack the conversational/friendship skills required to entertain me more than a dog licking its own flea infested anus.
that says more about you than it does anyone else. i don't see many people stepping up to defend you. i also don't see anyone else getting seriously offended. btw, your retorts are just about as offensive as the joke was, so wtf is your point?
Good day mates! Today on TDC's Wild Kingdom we have footage of a barely seen creature. It's a wild Adam within its natural ecosystem; the internet. This rare subspecies of homosapiens hardly ever leaves this enviroment, if at all possible the wild Adam would spend its life here. But it appears a predator has made an insult against the tribe of the wild Adam! It now recoils back before counter striking in a similair name calling fashion. What's this, mate? After a kind hearted joke from mildly predatorialy Ricky, the wild Adam is going to move onward with a remark toward the maturity of the predator. This is the most commonly used defense mechanism of the Adamus Erectus subspecies. It appears useless, as Adams' have been using this defense mechanism for several years now, and most predators have found a way to overcome it, or just find it annoying. Before curling up in a ball within the dark reaches of the internet, the wild Adam attempts one last desperate act to defend itself from predators. The wild Adam, deletes the predatorial animals from his facebook profile. The wild Adam, beleiving to have rediculed the predators rushes off into the timber. The predators stand at the edge of the timber and ponder on pursueing this pest, but the wild Adam's lack of muscular tissue and general chewiness would not make for a tasty morsel.
Tune in next Tuesday to the conclusion to this week's episode of TDC's Wild Kingdom!