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2014-02-20 08:11:18 PM  
i.chzbgr.com

/Old joke is old
 
2014-02-20 08:13:50 PM  
"His hands smelled of urine"

Well no shiat.
 
2014-02-20 08:14:01 PM  
As a parent, much of the disgust towards bodily fluids has been beaten out of me.

As long as there is running water and soap, this kid can cry me a river.
 
2014-02-20 08:14:18 PM  
I'm unsure on the battery charge, but exposing a student, well, anyone, to bodily fluids without protection is a good way to get sued. Hopefully the kid doesn't contract anything. I'd at the minimum say they better fire the teacher.
 
2014-02-20 08:14:24 PM  
If the hid was 15 - 17 and was a repeat offender I could see this. As long as they gave him some yellow dish gloves. But a 10 year old? Biatch needs a firin.

/Not the parent of this kid.
//Lawsuit in 3...2...1
 
2014-02-20 08:16:20 PM  
Yea, pussification of America, when I was a kid I was forced to eat carrots even tho I hated them. I puked all over the floor, biatch made me pick it up with a dust tray and eat my puke. Built character!!
 
2014-02-20 08:18:03 PM  

AverageAmericanGuy: As a parent, much of the disgust towards bodily fluids has been beaten out of me.

As long as there is running water and soap, this kid can cry me a river.


Hey. You're just violating federal law when it comes  to potentially infectious bodily fluids. It's all good.

What's a little Hepatitis C among friends, bro?
 
2014-02-20 08:18:13 PM  
Smashing through the feces
Lunacy has found me
Now she's charged with battery
 
2014-02-20 08:20:15 PM  

hardinparamedic: AverageAmericanGuy: As a parent, much of the disgust towards bodily fluids has been beaten out of me.

As long as there is running water and soap, this kid can cry me a river.

Hey. You're just violating federal law when it comes  to potentially infectious bodily fluids. It's all good.

What's a little Hepatitis C among friends, bro?


Yup.

I have zero issues with this.
 
2014-02-20 08:20:25 PM  
That reminds me I have to charge my battery.
 
Ant
2014-02-20 08:20:33 PM  

AverageAmericanGuy: As a parent, much of the disgust towards my own child's bodily fluids has been beaten out of me.

As long as there is running water and soap, this kid can cry me a river.


Fixed for me. Other people's waste still disgusts me.
 
2014-02-20 08:20:43 PM  
Forced exposure to bodily fluids?

That f*cking kid can drop out of school and retire now.
 
2014-02-20 08:21:31 PM  
How did a teacher and her student end up in the boys room with her saying, "get those paper towels outta the pisser"?
There's like.. a whole lot missing from this story.
 
2014-02-20 08:22:58 PM  

mephisto6: How did a teacher and her student end up in the boys room with her saying, "get those paper towels outta the pisser"?
There's like.. a whole lot missing from this story.


This...
 
Ant
2014-02-20 08:24:21 PM  

Savage Belief: If the hid was 15 - 17 and was a repeat offender I could see this. As long as they gave him some yellow dish gloves. But a 10 year old? Biatch needs a firin.

/Not the parent of this kid.
//Lawsuit in 3...2...1


It's unclear whether the kid is the one who put the towels in there to begin with.
 
2014-02-20 08:27:14 PM  
Why is a female teacher policing the boys' restroom?
 
2014-02-20 08:27:57 PM  

mephisto6: How did a teacher and her student end up in the boys room with her saying, "get those paper towels outta the pisser"?
There's like.. a whole lot missing from this story.


Easiest scenario:

Kid is in the bathroom with his hoodlum buddies throwing paper towels everywhere when he gets the bright idea to stuff up the urinals. Poindexter walks in and can't pee in the urinal and wets his pants. He then runs off to tell the teacher that the kid is doing bad stuff. Other kids skedaddle and the bad kid is caught red handed as the teacher comes in with the nerd.
 
2014-02-20 08:28:13 PM  

hardinparamedic: Hey. You're just violating federal law when it comes to potentially infectious bodily fluids. It's all good.

What's a little Hepatitis C among friends, bro?


I'm having a hard time verifying that Hep-c can be transmitted via urine. A couple of sketchy sources say no flat-out (and, yes, I consider the Arkansas Department of Health sketchy... I consider everything from Arkansas sketchy) and most say "well.. technically, but". In fact.... I'm kind of having a hard time finding anything that's likely to be transmitted via urine. Especially absent the obvious infection vectors like cuts or putting your fingers in your mouth/eyes.

Not that I'm OK with this.... just.... not quite sure what the real risk is here. Pee, frankly, doesn't seem terribly risky if it just gets on your skin.
 
2014-02-20 08:28:46 PM  
Came looking for the words "smelt" and "elderberries".

Leaving disappointed.

/...that I had to say it myself...
 
2014-02-20 08:29:07 PM  

namegoeshere: Why is a female teacher policing the boys' restroom?


Why does it matter that the teacher is a woman or not?
 
2014-02-20 08:29:08 PM  

mephisto6: How did a teacher and her student end up in the boys room with her saying, "get those paper towels outta the pisser"?
There's like.. a whole lot missing from this story.


I think i saw the picture of the teacher. There are limits to my curiosity.

/do not want
 
2014-02-20 08:29:50 PM  

Ant: Savage Belief: If the hid was 15 - 17 and was a repeat offender I could see this. As long as they gave him some yellow dish gloves. But a 10 year old? Biatch needs a firin.

/Not the parent of this kid.
//Lawsuit in 3...2...1

It's unclear whether the kid is the one who put the towels in there to begin with.


True. If he wasn't, then double the amount of the lawsuit.
 
2014-02-20 08:30:12 PM  

Savage Belief: If the hid was 15 - 17 and was a repeat offender I could see this. As long as they gave him some yellow dish gloves. But a 10 year old? Biatch needs a firin.

/Not the parent of this kid.
//Lawsuit in 3...2...1


img.fark.net

What's a hid?
 
2014-02-20 08:32:04 PM  
Battery by bodily fluids is a thing in Florida, so battery appropriate here.
 
2014-02-20 08:33:35 PM  
"no, i'm not doing that"

is that difficult to say?
 
2014-02-20 08:34:54 PM  

nburghmatt: "no, i'm not doing that"

is that difficult to say?


Yes, in fact.
 
2014-02-20 08:36:02 PM  

AverageAmericanGuy: mephisto6: How did a teacher and her student end up in the boys room with her saying, "get those paper towels outta the pisser"?
There's like.. a whole lot missing from this story.

Easiest scenario:

Kid is in the bathroom with his hoodlum buddies throwing paper towels everywhere when he gets the bright idea to stuff up the urinals. Poindexter walks in and can't pee in the urinal and wets his pants. He then runs off to tell the teacher that the kid is doing bad stuff. Other kids skedaddle and the bad kid is caught red handed as the teacher comes in with the nerd.


Yeah you spun that tale better than I would have, Poindexter

You should tell the TRUTH on the comments section :)
 
2014-02-20 08:39:09 PM  

mephisto6: AverageAmericanGuy: mephisto6: How did a teacher and her student end up in the boys room with her saying, "get those paper towels outta the pisser"?
There's like.. a whole lot missing from this story.

Easiest scenario:

Kid is in the bathroom with his hoodlum buddies throwing paper towels everywhere when he gets the bright idea to stuff up the urinals. Poindexter walks in and can't pee in the urinal and wets his pants. He then runs off to tell the teacher that the kid is doing bad stuff. Other kids skedaddle and the bad kid is caught red handed as the teacher comes in with the nerd.

Yeah you spun that tale better than I would have, Poindexter

You should tell the TRUTH on the comments section :)


*runs away in tears*
 
2014-02-20 08:41:34 PM  
Not sure subby is completely familiar with the word "now"....
 
2014-02-20 08:46:51 PM  
i3.photobucket.com
 
2014-02-20 08:48:35 PM  

AverageAmericanGuy: mephisto6: AverageAmericanGuy: mephisto6: How did a teacher and her student end up in the boys room with her saying, "get those paper towels outta the pisser"?
There's like.. a whole lot missing from this story.

Easiest scenario:

Kid is in the bathroom with his hoodlum buddies throwing paper towels everywhere when he gets the bright idea to stuff up the urinals. Poindexter walks in and can't pee in the urinal and wets his pants. He then runs off to tell the teacher that the kid is doing bad stuff. Other kids skedaddle and the bad kid is caught red handed as the teacher comes in with the nerd.

Yeah you spun that tale better than I would have, Poindexter

You should tell the TRUTH on the comments section :)

*runs away in tears*


Well if you won't, I might. That was pretty funny
 
2014-02-20 08:50:27 PM  

strangeluck: I'm unsure on the battery charge, but exposing a student, well, anyone, to bodily fluids without protection is a good way to get sued. Hopefully the kid doesn't contract anything. I'd at the minimum say they better fire the teacher.


Didn't you know people pee on each other all the time? On purpose though.
 
2014-02-20 08:51:51 PM  

AverageAmericanGuy: As a parent, much of the disgust towards bodily fluids has been beaten out of me.

As long as there is running water and soap, this kid can cry me a river.


whens the last time you got tested for hep c.

you ignorant disease carrying ape.
 
2014-02-20 08:52:01 PM  

hardinparamedic: AverageAmericanGuy: As a parent, much of the disgust towards bodily fluids has been beaten out of me.

As long as there is running water and soap, this kid can cry me a river.

Hey. You're just violating federal law when it comes  to potentially infectious bodily fluids. It's all good.

What's a little Hepatitis C among friends, bro?


Except you can't spread Hep C that way.

Or do you often have blood in your urine?  You should see a doctor for that.
 
2014-02-20 08:52:36 PM  

BigOle8point: strangeluck: I'm unsure on the battery charge, but exposing a student, well, anyone, to bodily fluids without protection is a good way to get sued. Hopefully the kid doesn't contract anything. I'd at the minimum say they better fire the teacher.

Didn't you know people pee on each other all the time? On purpose though.


How YOUdoin' ?
 
2014-02-20 08:53:15 PM  

AverageAmericanGuy: nburghmatt: "no, i'm not doing that"

is that difficult to say?

Yes, in fact.


i never had a problem. maybe i was lucky that my school was 5 blocks from my house. i could always be like "naaah...i don't think so."
 
2014-02-20 08:53:30 PM  

namegoeshere: Why is a female teacher policing the boys' restroom?


There are no boys to hook up with in the girl's bathroom.
 
2014-02-20 08:53:38 PM  

mraudacia: AverageAmericanGuy: As a parent, much of the disgust towards bodily fluids has been beaten out of me.

As long as there is running water and soap, this kid can cry me a river.

whens the last time you got tested for hep c.

you ignorant disease carrying ape.


The hepatitis C virus is not spread by sweat, tears, or  urine
 
2014-02-20 08:54:28 PM  

AverageAmericanGuy: As a parent, much of the disgust towards bodily fluids has been beaten out of me.

As long as there is running water and soap, this kid can cry me a river.


Except that it's a public restroom where people have been pissing all day long. Yeah, having raised kids, we use the old "it builds their immune system" adage, but I'll be damned if someone's gonna make my kids root around in a dirty urinal.

Especially since the article specifically pointed out that there was no soap in the restroom.

At least we know the Fark handle if the Pizza Hut manager who got caught pissing in the sink.
 
2014-02-20 08:54:49 PM  

BigOle8point: strangeluck: I'm unsure on the battery charge, but exposing a student, well, anyone, to bodily fluids without protection is a good way to get sued. Hopefully the kid doesn't contract anything. I'd at the minimum say they better fire the teacher.

Didn't you know people pee on each other all the time? On purpose though.


Are you German or something?
 
2014-02-20 08:56:46 PM  

Propain_az: mraudacia: AverageAmericanGuy: As a parent, much of the disgust towards bodily fluids has been beaten out of me.

As long as there is running water and soap, this kid can cry me a river.

whens the last time you got tested for hep c.

you ignorant disease carrying ape.

The hepatitis C virus is not spread by sweat, tears, or  urine


umad: namegoeshere: Why is a female teacher policing the boys' restroom?

There are no boys to hook up with in the girl's bathroom.


BAZINGA
 
2014-02-20 09:02:24 PM  

jtown: Savage Belief: If the hid was 15 - 17 and was a repeat offender I could see this. As long as they gave him some yellow dish gloves. But a 10 year old? Biatch needs a firin.

/Not the parent of this kid.
//Lawsuit in 3...2...1

What's a hid?


Same as a yewt. Only bigger with a different face.
 
2014-02-20 09:04:56 PM  

hardinparamedic: AverageAmericanGuy: As a parent, much of the disgust towards bodily fluids has been beaten out of me.

As long as there is running water and soap, this kid can cry me a river.

Hey. You're just violating federal law when it comes  to potentially infectious bodily fluids. It's all good.

What's a little Hepatitis C among friends, bro?


Nothing a long course of chemo won't fix.
 
2014-02-20 09:07:39 PM  

Kahabut: hardinparamedic: AverageAmericanGuy: As a parent, much of the disgust towards bodily fluids has been beaten out of me.

As long as there is running water and soap, this kid can cry me a river.

Hey. You're just violating federal law when it comes  to potentially infectious bodily fluids. It's all good.

What's a little Hepatitis C among friends, bro?

Except you can't spread Hep C that way.

Or do you often have blood in your urine?  You should see a doctor for that.


Yabut these are some HARD ten year olds we be talkin' 'bout.
 
2014-02-20 09:07:50 PM  

Propain_az: mraudacia: AverageAmericanGuy: As a parent, much of the disgust towards bodily fluids has been beaten out of me.

As long as there is running water and soap, this kid can cry me a river.

whens the last time you got tested for hep c.

you ignorant disease carrying ape.

The hepatitis C virus is not spread by sweat, tears, or  urine


"Wash your hands after going to the bathroom. Wash your hands after changing baby too. Cause we don't want to sperad hepatitis. And we don't want hepatitis to get you. Who? YOU!"
 
2014-02-20 09:20:19 PM  

Kahabut: Except you can't spread Hep C that way.

Or do you often have blood in your urine?  You should see a doctor for that.


I'll concede your point if you can 100% guarantee that clean, sterile urine is the only thing that went into that urinal. Otherwise, I'm going to have to go with the guys who say "universal precautions and blood-borne pathogen training for anyone who handles potentially infectious bodily fluid"

Nothing about this was appropriate.
 
2014-02-20 09:22:36 PM  
Got two words for that:

Felony Swirly
 
2014-02-20 09:36:33 PM  

itsaidwhat: Got two words for that:

Felony Swirly


Got three words for that: Urine Trouble Now.
 
2014-02-20 09:37:24 PM  

strangeluck: I'm unsure on the battery charge, but exposing a student, well, anyone, to bodily fluids without protection is a good way to get sued. Hopefully the kid doesn't contract anything. I'd at the minimum say they better fire the teacher.


Helicopters will be helicopters.
 
2014-02-20 09:56:48 PM  
Wait till you're over 50, kid, everything you own smells like urine
 
2014-02-20 10:01:14 PM  

skozlaw: hardinparamedic: Hey. You're just violating federal law when it comes to potentially infectious bodily fluids. It's all good.

What's a little Hepatitis C among friends, bro?

I'm having a hard time verifying that Hep-c can be transmitted via urine. A couple of sketchy sources say no flat-out (and, yes, I consider the Arkansas Department of Health sketchy... I consider everything from Arkansas sketchy) and most say "well.. technically, but". In fact.... I'm kind of having a hard time finding anything that's likely to be transmitted via urine. Especially absent the obvious infection vectors like cuts or putting your fingers in your mouth/eyes.

Not that I'm OK with this.... just.... not quite sure what the real risk is here. Pee, frankly, doesn't seem terribly risky if it just gets on your skin.


Because used toilets are known to be sterile enironments.
 
2014-02-20 10:11:52 PM  

Propain_az: mraudacia: AverageAmericanGuy: As a parent, much of the disgust towards bodily fluids has been beaten out of me.

As long as there is running water and soap, this kid can cry me a river.

whens the last time you got tested for hep c.

you ignorant disease carrying ape.

The hepatitis C virus is not spread by sweat, tears, or  urine


ahh thank you for correcting me. remind me again which diseases come from raw sewage? and which ones can get past that lovely organ of skin again?
 
2014-02-20 10:31:45 PM  

Salmon: Wait till you're over 50, kid, everything you own smells like urine


Two things
1. Wash your stuff
2. Quit pissing on your stuff.
 
2014-02-20 10:32:10 PM  

Crotchrocket Slim: skozlaw: hardinparamedic: Hey. You're just violating federal law when it comes to potentially infectious bodily fluids. It's all good.

What's a little Hepatitis C among friends, bro?

I'm having a hard time verifying that Hep-c can be transmitted via urine. A couple of sketchy sources say no flat-out (and, yes, I consider the Arkansas Department of Health sketchy... I consider everything from Arkansas sketchy) and most say "well.. technically, but". In fact.... I'm kind of having a hard time finding anything that's likely to be transmitted via urine. Especially absent the obvious infection vectors like cuts or putting your fingers in your mouth/eyes.

Not that I'm OK with this.... just.... not quite sure what the real risk is here. Pee, frankly, doesn't seem terribly risky if it just gets on your skin.

Because used toilets are known to be sterile enironments.


That means nothing unless you quantify the risk. You're constantly inhaling other people's shiat particles. Do you worry about that, too, just because it's technically a possible vector for infection?

I don't want to touch other people's pee either, but I'm not going to pretend I have some reason to believe it presents any risk beyond "ew, gross" without facts.
 
2014-02-20 10:35:47 PM  

RockofAges: hardinparamedic: AverageAmericanGuy: As a parent, much of the disgust towards bodily fluids has been beaten out of me.

As long as there is running water and soap, this kid can cry me a river.

Hey. You're just violating federal law when it comes  to potentially infectious bodily fluids. It's all good.

What's a little Hepatitis C among friends, bro?

The Boobies you have ever made that I completely agree with.


I think we can all agree on Boobies.
 
2014-02-20 10:39:49 PM  

hardinparamedic: AverageAmericanGuy: As a parent, much of the disgust towards bodily fluids has been beaten out of me.

As long as there is running water and soap, this kid can cry me a river.

Hey. You're just violating federal law when it comes  to potentially infectious bodily fluids. It's all good.

What's a little Hepatitis C among friends, bro?


I've often admired your knowledge and passion in certain threads, but that's the first time I've laughed. I think it was the "bro" that did it.
 
2014-02-20 11:04:59 PM  
It's as me pappy always said, "If you can't handle getting your hands dirty, you can't handle shiat"
 
2014-02-20 11:07:40 PM  

FarkinHostile: I've often admired your knowledge and passion in certain threads, but that's the first time I've laughed. I think it was the "bro" that did it.


I was going for the comedy factor there.

24.media.tumblr.com

I think that was hepatitis C. I think he's just like that. He's just a good guy.
 
2014-02-20 11:12:24 PM  
"Get that finger out of your ear. You don't know where that finger's been."
barfblog.com
 
2014-02-20 11:46:20 PM  

Kahabut: hardinparamedic: AverageAmericanGuy: As a parent, much of the disgust towards bodily fluids has been beaten out of me.

As long as there is running water and soap, this kid can cry me a river.

Hey. You're just violating federal law when it comes  to potentially infectious bodily fluids. It's all good.

What's a little Hepatitis C among friends, bro?

Except you can't spread Hep C that way.

Or do you often have blood in your urine?  You should see a doctor for that.


Kids in elementary school poop in urinals ALL THE TIME

Sounds like half of you are females or home schooled
 
2014-02-21 12:10:19 AM  

skozlaw: Not that I'm OK with this.... just.... not quite sure what the real risk is here. Pee, frankly, doesn't seem terribly risky if it just gets on your skin.


I was going to say leptospirosis but that can't be passed on through human urine. Toxoplasmosis can be.

Pee may be sterile but the body part it comes out of isn't.  It's not just urine you're peeing out, bits of skin and secretions come along for the ride.  There's a depressing number of sexually abused kids with STIs.
 
2014-02-21 12:21:23 AM  
If there is absolutely nothing wrong with human urine or putting your hands in urinals.... then have all the teachers at the school demonstrate how safe and sound it is.    Line them up and take their car keys and cell phones.   Place the phones and keys in the urinals and swish them round good and hand them back to the teachers.

The article said the bathroom has no soap either.   so they can drive home and clean things up there.

I think they may have a problem with doing that.   It isn't sanitary.
And they showed bad judgment having a kid put his hands in it too....especially with no soap to use after.

Dumb teacher...dumb
 
2014-02-21 01:24:46 AM  

hardinparamedic: AverageAmericanGuy: As a parent, much of the disgust towards bodily fluids has been beaten out of me.

As long as there is running water and soap, this kid can cry me a river.

Hey. You're just violating federal law when it comes  to potentially infectious bodily fluids. It's all good.

What's a little Hepatitis C among friends, bro?


Indeed! Sepsis and cholera are character builders!
 
2014-02-21 01:26:50 AM  

skozlaw: Crotchrocket Slim: skozlaw: hardinparamedic: Hey. You're just violating federal law when it comes to potentially infectious bodily fluids. It's all good.

What's a little Hepatitis C among friends, bro?

I'm having a hard time verifying that Hep-c can be transmitted via urine. A couple of sketchy sources say no flat-out (and, yes, I consider the Arkansas Department of Health sketchy... I consider everything from Arkansas sketchy) and most say "well.. technically, but". In fact.... I'm kind of having a hard time finding anything that's likely to be transmitted via urine. Especially absent the obvious infection vectors like cuts or putting your fingers in your mouth/eyes.

Not that I'm OK with this.... just.... not quite sure what the real risk is here. Pee, frankly, doesn't seem terribly risky if it just gets on your skin.

Because used toilets are known to be sterile enironments.

That means nothing unless you quantify the risk. You're constantly inhaling other people's shiat particles. Do you worry about that, too, just because it's technically a possible vector for infection?

I don't want to touch other people's pee either, but I'm not going to pretend I have some reason to believe it presents any risk beyond "ew, gross" without facts.


People also spit in urinals/toilets.

Qualifying this kind of risk is enough. Quantify it? GTFO.

/educate your own damn self
 
2014-02-21 01:48:30 AM  

hardinparamedic: Nothing about this was appropriate.


On that we agree.
 
2014-02-21 02:36:51 AM  
Every day, Jack Dempsey would soak his hands in horse urine!
 
2014-02-21 02:58:40 AM  

soakitincider: Every day, Jack Dempsey would soak his hands in horse urine!


He's also dead now!
 
2014-02-21 04:35:57 AM  

ransack.: Kahabut: hardinparamedic: AverageAmericanGuy: As a parent, much of the disgust towards bodily fluids has been beaten out of me.

As long as there is running water and soap, this kid can cry me a river.

Hey. You're just violating federal law when it comes  to potentially infectious bodily fluids. It's all good.

What's a little Hepatitis C among friends, bro?

Except you can't spread Hep C that way.

Or do you often have blood in your urine?  You should see a doctor for that.

Kids in elementary school poop in urinals ALL THE TIME

Sounds like half of you are females or home schooled


sp2.yimg.com
 
2014-02-21 07:13:00 AM  
She was just making him earn his lunch, the stale cheese sandwich paid for by patriotic job creators. "Don't talk to me about how your hands smell. Eat."
 
2014-02-21 08:18:09 AM  

if_i_really_have_to: skozlaw: Not that I'm OK with this.... just.... not quite sure what the real risk is here. Pee, frankly, doesn't seem terribly risky if it just gets on your skin.

I was going to say leptospirosis but that can't be passed on through human urine. Toxoplasmosis can be.

Pee may be sterile but the body part it comes out of isn't.  It's not just urine you're peeing out, bits of skin and secretions come along for the ride.  There's a depressing number of sexually abused kids with STIs.


Your herpes isn't nice, isn't friendly, and isn't fun. Stop trying to dress it up. They are STDs.
 
2014-02-21 09:07:16 AM  

strangeluck: I'm unsure on the battery charge, but exposing a student, well, anyone, to bodily fluids without protection is a good way to get sued. Hopefully the kid doesn't contract anything. I'd at the minimum say they better fire the teacher.


It's certainly reckless endangerment.
 
2014-02-21 09:17:07 AM  
Shirley, Shirley, Shirley,,,
What is the matter with you people?
It is piss.
Not plutonium.
It won't hurt you. PERIOD.
This is all a headtrip.

Do you jackwagons have any idea what goes on in the rest of the real world beyond the reach of the tip of your nose?
Obviously not.

Grow up. Learn something. Get some little tiny grip on your fears.
signed, A zhit burner from way back
 
2014-02-21 12:52:02 PM  
ecx.images-amazon.com
 
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