Tbh this guy looks like he belongs on /sub/thathappened more than anything
This is a shitty call out. None of the "proof" contradicts the alleged bullshit.
This may be the worst one I have seen on this sub. He says it was he and the dad of his kids best friend. WTF does having a wife have to do with it?
User post history is pretty good at highlighting the serial karma liars.
This user's history is a textbook example.
Who gives a fuck what his race or religion is? The title should be "Man offers free ride to people trying to escape bombing"
Edit: This is my top comment, thank you. It's reassuring and inspiring to know at least 5,000 of you agree with my view. We live in a time like no other where racism and civil dispute is crippling and an everyday occurrence. The more we see this continue, the more we will become numb against it. I hope at least 1 person has seen my point and changed their mind for the better. Much love.
i love how some people aren't clued in on the fact that muslims dont wear turbans and to them brown dude + religious garb = muslim
Because Cosmopolitan has an agenda to push.
wikiquotes says that is commonly misattributed to her (not saying that it is or isnt, but it definitely matches pretty closely with another earlier quote)
Either way, the thought is not particularly unique. I've heard it many times before but never looked into who said it until today.
I've heard that quote before and have never heard of Maya Angelou. Chances are he actually just doesn't know who she is.
Which is entirely possible.
Totally. Just like the "be the change you want to see in the world" quote
Gotta love the irony when someone tries to tell someone they don't know what they're talking about when they themselves have no clue.
Well, how many times have you run into someone who claims to have been a Spec-Ops Navy Seal Underwater Sniper? This is the first time I've ever seen it being true. Guy had plenty of reason to be doubtful.
The callsign "beefcastle" would have made me call bullshit as well.
When ever I see a "media hasn't/won't cover this" the first thing i do is Google it. And 99% on the time. Media first link
In my experience "Media not covering this" roughly translates to "I haven't seen this on reddit yet".
"The limited media I follow isn't covering this"
"I don't see this on the front page of Reddit"
"Inconsiderate youths occupying the disabled seat" - wow, didn't realise young people were magically exempt from being disabled?
She must have not liked the replies to her tweet, she deleted it, lol.
She has 2 small lap dogs that are adorable but bark non stop when she isn't home and her neighbours fucking hate her for it.
You're not elderly just because you dye your hair...
Why do people make up mundane stories? Is it lack of any actual content in their life ? Is it because everyday is awesome and they don't have anything else to talk about?
I work with a guy that does this. Every day. Just makes up some story about his life that is clearly false. Last week he got free subs from Jimmy Johns for life because he found glass in hiis sub. He has a scooter for sale that has a four wheeler engine in it. According to him, Under Pressure was made the British national anthem after Freddie Mercury died (which, let's be real, would be awesome).
I could seriously go on like this for a while. It's a daily occurrence.
Edit: Alright, I'm off work and having a few drinks before heading home. Since apparently everyone wants this I'll make a sub dedicated to my coworkers alternative facts when I get home tonight
Edit 2: Alright, everyone! The subreddit is made. /sub/bullshiton is a thing, and I'll be doing my best to post stories from my favorite coworker. I also have a few other coworkers that are redditors, so hopefully they will contribute, too. Feel free to jump in with your own stories from someone that are totally unbelievable but still are comedy gold!
To be fair, it is often difficult to tell if a baby is a girl or a boy or an attack helicopter.
We don't. We used to, and occasionally still do (like when he said The Martian was based on a true story), but generally no. He's honestly a really nice guy, but just lies like that constantly. If we called him out on every lie he told during a day, we would never get anything done, so we just generally let it slide. I'm going into work in a few minutes, if he drops any more good ones I'll be sure to return with stories.
Accusing someone of sexual assault is being racist? Race has absolutely nothing to do with it. None of these women are accusing all black people of sexual assaults. They are accusing one man who happens to be black.
Seriously so many people are just so race sensitive.
This came up recently in the Canadian senate. A senator in his 50s had a sexual relationship with a 16 year old girl. Since age of consent is 16, it wasn't necessarily illegal, but the guy is a former minister who constantly talked about morals this and that, then he had an affair with a 16 year old. The whole case violated senate ethics rules, and people were calling for his resignation. He fought it, claiming the whole case was nothing but a racist attack against him because he's black.
The stupidity of some of the stuff posted on here is one thing. But then I see over 500 people liked that stupidity and 195 people retweeted it. That just makes me sad.
I don't know, you'd think if they were "race sensitive" they would actually care that 35 black women were raped.
This isn't race sensitive, it's just grasping for straws because they don't think public figures they like should be held accountable for sexual assault.
I've been into metal since 1986 and this weird defensiveness about liking metal is a holdover from the 80s. In the 80s, lots of people really were scared of Satanism, vandalism, teenage delinquency, etc. and were constantly connecting metal to that shit.
But this is 2017 and I don't know anyone who still thinks that way about metal fans anymore except for maybe a few rabid super-Christian types in East Dipshit, Arkansas or wherever. Most people don't give a shit anymore. This particular war has been fought and won. The defensiveness about your preferred genre is just silly at this point.
As a 'normie', I honestly do not think of "metalheads" whatsoever.
I see some people on my Facebook feed do similar things to whatever their interests are.
I think there's two reasons why people post things like this. They want to show support for their interests but no one (or not enough people) in their group shares said interest.
Or they do it for attention and think posting defensive memes makes them look unique.
edit: How do I see who gave me gold so I can thank them?
Holy shit how is a dead man driving?
Someone's sitting behind him and shaking his head for him, truly disgusting
Eh, he was a cheater in a sport full of cheaters. But, he raised a lot of money for charity, so fuck it.
Weekend at Lance's