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2013-07-01 10:11:14 AM
i.dailymail.co.uk

This letter makes me angrier than whatever the letters are trying to stop.
 
2013-07-01 10:11:25 AM
Well they're out of fumar, I know that.
 
2013-07-01 10:28:59 AM
i.dailymail.co.uk

Heh, a good old fashioned elevator crop dusting is just funny.
 
2013-07-01 10:37:44 AM
Good to see you don't even need an elementary school level education to work in "Management" for this company.

i.dailymail.co.uk
 
2013-07-01 10:44:33 AM

Walker: Good to see you don't even need an elementary school level education to work in "Management" for this company.

[i.dailymail.co.uk image 634x456]


You really need to have more repestect.  Those people work hard to fight graphity.

/ I started off reading "graphity" as a butchering of "gravity" and was even more confused.
 
2013-07-01 10:46:20 AM
Dear People on floor 4 or greater,
Walk up to the third floor, take the elevator from there or quit your biatching.

-Fatty
 
2013-07-01 10:50:56 AM

serial_crusher: Walker: Good to see you don't even need an elementary school level education to work in "Management" for this company.

[i.dailymail.co.uk image 634x456]

You really need to have more repestect.  Those people work hard to fight graphity.

/ I started off reading "graphity" as a butchering of "gravity" and was even more confused.


Yeah, I thought they were trying to spell "gravity" too.
Also nothing screams "RESPECT MY AUTHORA-TIE!" more than Comic Sans font in all CAPS.
 
2013-07-01 11:13:21 AM

Walker: serial_crusher: Walker: Good to see you don't even need an elementary school level education to work in "Management" for this company.

[i.dailymail.co.uk image 634x456]

You really need to have more repestect.  Those people work hard to fight graphity.

/ I started off reading "graphity" as a butchering of "gravity" and was even more confused.

Yeah, I thought they were trying to spell "gravity" too.
Also nothing screams "RESPECT MY AUTHORA-TIE!" more than Comic Sans font in all CAPS.


REPESTECT MY AUTHORA-TEE!
 
2013-07-01 11:25:31 AM
I'm sorry. I haven't had my coffee yet. What exactly is the message trying to say? It reads like semi-random gibberish to me.
 
2013-07-01 11:27:09 AM
fark these types.

Reasons for taking the elevator up one or two floors, all of which have applied to me, some in excellent shape (26 min, etc):

-I can't find the goddamn stairs (I'm looking at you University of Miami and Jackson Memorial Hospital)
-I actually work out and am extremely sore from the day before
-farking knee injuries, how do they work?  Guess what? People can have chronically shiatty joints that hurt like a motherfarker with stairs, squats, lunges, etc with no cast or crutches.

Do these apply to most people? Of course not, but enough to not just assume that the person on the elevator is just a lazy fatty for taking the elevator for 2 floors rather than your heroic 3
 
2013-07-01 11:27:16 AM

sno man: Walker: serial_crusher: Walker: Good to see you don't even need an elementary school level education to work in "Management" for this company.

[i.dailymail.co.uk image 634x456]

You really need to have more repestect.  Those people work hard to fight graphity.

/ I started off reading "graphity" as a butchering of "gravity" and was even more confused.

Yeah, I thought they were trying to spell "gravity" too.
Also nothing screams "RESPECT MY AUTHORA-TIE!" more than Comic Sans font in all CAPS.

REPESTECT MY AUTHORA-TEE!


REPESTECT MY


  AUTHORA-TEE!
 
2013-07-01 11:27:19 AM
I make it a point to fart in the elevators at work during strawberry season. The sweetness really comes through and acts a freshener, ironically.
 
2013-07-01 11:27:20 AM
i.dailymail.co.uk

i39.tinypic.com
This guy just had an aneurysm and crapped all over himself.
 
2013-07-01 11:27:25 AM

Walker: Yeah, I thought they were trying to spell "gravity" too.


I'm just glad I'm not the only one who thought this.

/if we didn't have graphity, would we need elevators?
 
2013-07-01 11:28:26 AM

serial_crusher: Walker: Good to see you don't even need an elementary school level education to work in "Management" for this company.

[i.dailymail.co.uk image 634x456]

You really need to have more repestect.  Those people work hard to fight graphity.

/ I started off reading "graphity" as a butchering of "gravity" and was even more confused.


oh nothing pisses me off more than an anonymous letter on my door that has grammatical and spelling errors.  but the only redeeming thing about this one is that it tells them where to go to complain.
 
2013-07-01 11:29:04 AM

Walker: serial_crusher: Walker: Good to see you don't even need an elementary school level education to work in "Management" for this company.

[i.dailymail.co.uk image 634x456]

You really need to have more repestect.  Those people work hard to fight graphity.

/ I started off reading "graphity" as a butchering of "gravity" and was even more confused.

Yeah, I thought they were trying to spell "gravity" too.
Also nothing screams "RESPECT MY AUTHORA-TIE!" more than Comic Sans font in all CAPS.


Ok, well now I'm even more confused. I thought it was "gravity". What was it supposed to be?
 
2013-07-01 11:30:03 AM
I'm impressed that "respect" is spelled two completely different ways.
 
2013-07-01 11:30:04 AM

Jument: Walker: serial_crusher: Walker: Good to see you don't even need an elementary school level education to work in "Management" for this company.

[i.dailymail.co.uk image 634x456]

You really need to have more repestect.  Those people work hard to fight graphity.

/ I started off reading "graphity" as a butchering of "gravity" and was even more confused.

Yeah, I thought they were trying to spell "gravity" too.
Also nothing screams "RESPECT MY AUTHORA-TIE!" more than Comic Sans font in all CAPS.

Ok, well now I'm even more confused. I thought it was "gravity". What was it supposed to be?


The line
breaks in wrong
places didn't
help
 
2013-07-01 11:30:33 AM
Ah yes the Mellinial generation, turning passive aggressive biatchiness to a high art form. Why, because they are too chicken shiat to confront you directly.
 
2013-07-01 11:30:38 AM

EvilEgg: Dear People on floor 4 or greater,
Walk up to the third floor, take the elevator from there or quit your biatching.

-Fatty


If my work building didn't lock the stairwell, I'd walk up to the 8th floor.  You're lazy and fat, and self-righteous.  That is to say, unequivocally American.
 
2013-07-01 11:31:41 AM
Someone translate please.
 
2013-07-01 11:31:56 AM
what WERE they trying to spell? And I do mean THEY. No single individual can bend over and fark the English language so hard.
 
2013-07-01 11:33:04 AM

EvilEgg: Jument: Walker: serial_crusher: Walker: Good to see you don't even need an elementary school level education to work in "Management" for this company.

[i.dailymail.co.uk image 634x456]

You really need to have more repestect.  Those people work hard to fight graphity.

/ I started off reading "graphity" as a butchering of "gravity" and was even more confused.

Yeah, I thought they were trying to spell "gravity" too.
Also nothing screams "RESPECT MY AUTHORA-TIE!" more than Comic Sans font in all CAPS.

Ok, well now I'm even more confused. I thought it was "gravity". What was it supposed to be?

The line
breaks in wrong
places didn't
help



Yes, that too. I think I see it now: "graffiti". I thought it was a rant about the way the young folks wear their pants too low. Actually it works both ways.
 
2013-07-01 11:33:33 AM
i43.tinypic.com
 
2013-07-01 11:33:34 AM

CWeinerWV: fark these types.

Reasons for taking the elevator up one or two floors, all of which have applied to me, some in excellent shape (26 min, etc):

-I can't find the goddamn stairs (I'm looking at you University of Miami and Jackson Memorial Hospital)


There are exceptions to everything.  Nobody cares about this.  I have a feeling this is directed at people in office or apartment buildings that take the same elevator every day and happen to see the same handful of people get off at floor 2 / 15

-I actually work out and am extremely sore from the day before

Unless its your first time at the gym, you shouldn't continually be so sore the next day that you cannot take a flight of stairs.

-farking knee injuries, how do they work?  Guess what? People can have chronically shiatty joints that hurt like a motherfarker with stairs, squats, lunges, etc with no cast or crutches.

Do these apply to most people? Of course not, but enough to not just assume that the person on the elevator is just a lazy fatty for taking the elevator for 2 floors rather than your heroic 3


As said above, I think most rational people don't care in one off situations.  Its when you continually see the same jerkoffs in the elevator that it starts to grate on you
 
2013-07-01 11:34:15 AM
Sometimes I take the elevator up one or two floor just because I'm farking tired.

Or drunk.
 
2013-07-01 11:34:58 AM

scottydoesntknow: [i.dailymail.co.uk image 634x456]

This letter makes me angrier than whatever the letters are trying to stop.


I'll bet that's in my neighborhood of Prospect Lefferts Gardens, and I have no doubt English is not the author's native tongue.

/GRAPHITY = graffiti
 
2013-07-01 11:35:33 AM
They need to do way instain naybor who graphity on evelator.
 
2013-07-01 11:36:00 AM

megarian: Sometimes I take the elevator up one or two floor just because I'm farking tired.

Or drunk.


Don't you know that you are killing the people above with that fifteen second wait for you to get out?
 
2013-07-01 11:36:15 AM

basemetal: [i.dailymail.co.uk image 634x749]

Heh, a good old fashioned elevator crop dusting is just funny.


It's never funny if you're the poor sap who gets stuck in the cloud.

/but I've done it.
 
2013-07-01 11:36:37 AM

EvilEgg: Jument: Walker: serial_crusher: Walker: Good to see you don't even need an elementary school level education to work in "Management" for this company.

[i.dailymail.co.uk image 634x456]

You really need to have more repestect.  Those people work hard to fight graphity.

/ I started off reading "graphity" as a butchering of "gravity" and was even more confused.

Yeah, I thought they were trying to spell "gravity" too.
Also nothing screams "RESPECT MY AUTHORA-TIE!" more than Comic Sans font in all CAPS.

Ok, well now I'm even more confused. I thought it was "gravity". What was it supposed to be?

The line
breaks in wrong
places didn't
help


In all fairness, the person that typed that up just read e.e. cummings for 48 hours straight.
 
2013-07-01 11:36:40 AM

schpanky: scottydoesntknow: [i.dailymail.co.uk image 634x456]

This letter makes me angrier than whatever the letters are trying to stop.

I'll bet that's in my neighborhood of Prospect Lefferts Gardens, and I have no doubt English is not the author's native tongue.

/GRAPHITY = graffiti


Ohhh, of course. Now it actually makes a modicum of sense.
 
2013-07-01 11:38:09 AM
Years ago I was faculty in a university far far away. My office was on the third floor. The economics faculty occupied the second.  Aside from the fact that your typical economist is functionally autistic, they are also religiously selfish and lazy. (I use the term "religiously" on purpose.)  For instance, the front door of the building had an automatic door opener (for the handicapped).  In the several years I was there I never once saw an economist actually open a door manually. Rather they invariably pushed the handicap button. Despite a prominent and convenient stairwell, I never once saw an economist take the stairs. They always ALWAYS took the less convenient elevator to the second floor.  (You can tell this was not a modern building as it actually had stairs that weren't a fire escape.)  I took to putting up signs like, "Economics Lounge" and such in the elevator. It didn't go over well.

My current university recently took to putting signs in my building encouraging folks to take the stairs. It's a building with stairs that can't be accessed from the ground floor.
 
2013-07-01 11:38:12 AM
encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com

Please don't use the elevator to transport unstable rocket fuel.
 
2013-07-01 11:38:36 AM

Slaves2Darkness: Ah yes the Mellinial generation, turning passive aggressive biatchiness to a high art form. Why, because they are too chicken shiat to confront you directly.


Says the person who clearly wrote the "graphity" one.
 
2013-07-01 11:38:50 AM

megarian: Sometimes I take the elevator up one or two floor just because I'm farking tired.

Or drunk.


Also makes for a good bathroom at 2am.
 
2013-07-01 11:38:52 AM
I was recently in Northern Virginia and at my hotel and the customer office none of the stairwells accessed the first floor lobby.  They all end at doors that go outside.  It makes great sense from a public safety standpoint, but it sucks that you have to stand around and wait for the elevator to go up from the lobby to the 2nd floor.  I'm assuming this is a local fire code.
 
2013-07-01 11:39:11 AM
Once was taking an elevator from floor 10 to 1.  As it began to stop at 2, I thought to myself "This dude better be handicapped."

Kinda felt bad when the doors opened and, lo and behold, a fellow in a wheelchair was waiting.
 
2013-07-01 11:40:06 AM
When I use an elevator, I not only push the button for my floor; I also push the button for all the floors above mine.

/2nd floor of 19th floor apartment
 
2013-07-01 11:40:06 AM

EvilEgg: megarian: Sometimes I take the elevator up one or two floor just because I'm farking tired.

Or drunk.

Don't you know that you are killing the people above with that fifteen second wait for you to get out?


I....wow...I'm basically Hitler.

/had my suspicions
 
2013-07-01 11:41:02 AM
Ha ha the guardian really is the "daily fail" for ranty frothing libs.
 
2013-07-01 11:41:23 AM

schpanky: /GRAPHITY = graffiti

i1.ytimg.com
Oh.  Daauuughhghs!

/couldn't find the right picture of Tommy.
 
2013-07-01 11:41:25 AM

blatz514: megarian: Sometimes I take the elevator up one or two floor just because I'm farking tired.

Or drunk.

Also makes for a good bathroom at 2am.


...the trick is timing it right.
 
2013-07-01 11:43:37 AM

WhippingBoy: schpanky: scottydoesntknow: [i.dailymail.co.uk image 634x456]

This letter makes me angrier than whatever the letters are trying to stop.

I'll bet that's in my neighborhood of Prospect Lefferts Gardens, and I have no doubt English is not the author's native tongue.

/GRAPHITY = graffiti

Ohhh, of course. Now it actually makes a modicum of sense.


I assumed someone was fapping in the elevator and they were going for gratify.
 
2013-07-01 11:44:55 AM

megarian: EvilEgg: megarian: Sometimes I take the elevator up one or two floor just because I'm farking tired.

Or drunk.

Don't you know that you are killing the people above with that fifteen second wait for you to get out?

I....wow...I'm basically Hitler.

/had my suspicions


That depends, do you fart on your way out?
 
2013-07-01 11:45:16 AM

DirkTheDaring: [i43.tinypic.com image 648x365]


The funny thing is I can actually hear that working in my head...
 
2013-07-01 11:45:44 AM

abhorrent1: WhippingBoy: schpanky: scottydoesntknow: [i.dailymail.co.uk image 634x456]

This letter makes me angrier than whatever the letters are trying to stop.

I'll bet that's in my neighborhood of Prospect Lefferts Gardens, and I have no doubt English is not the author's native tongue.

/GRAPHITY = graffiti

Ohhh, of course. Now it actually makes a modicum of sense.

I assumed someone was fapping in the elevator and they were going for gratify.


Who on earth would complain about that? I mean, if you've got an inch, you need to scratch it, right???
 
2013-07-01 11:45:44 AM
I love it when they sign the notes courtesy not only themselves, but every other person in the building. Not everybody is turned off by the sounds of your neighbor reaching climax.
 
2013-07-01 11:48:05 AM

LandOfChocolate: CWeinerWV: fark these types.

Reasons for taking the elevator up one or two floors, all of which have applied to me, some in excellent shape (26 min, etc):

-I can't find the goddamn stairs (I'm looking at you University of Miami and Jackson Memorial Hospital)

There are exceptions to everything.  Nobody cares about this.  I have a feeling this is directed at people in office or apartment buildings that take the same elevator every day and happen to see the same handful of people get off at floor 2 / 15

-I actually work out and am extremely sore from the day before

Unless its your first time at the gym, you shouldn't continually be so sore the next day that you cannot take a flight of stairs.

-farking knee injuries, how do they work?  Guess what? People can have chronically shiatty joints that hurt like a motherfarker with stairs, squats, lunges, etc with no cast or crutches.

Do these apply to most people? Of course not, but enough to not just assume that the person on the elevator is just a lazy fatty for taking the elevator for 2 floors rather than your heroic 3

As said above, I think most rational people don't care in one off situations.  Its when you continually see the same jerkoffs in the elevator that it starts to grate on you


I don't recall saying I'm sore everyday, but fair enough.  It's the fact that the one day out of 7 that I take the elevator, and one of those people not in the "most people don't care category" that will give you looks.  I gave examples of times (even if it's once a week, month, year, etc) where it is everything but you just being a fatty, and you took it to mean I do this everyday.  But interpret anyway you want, it seems you've already done that.
 
2013-07-01 11:49:00 AM
i.dailymail.co.uk
This one is brilliant.
 
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