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(BBC-US)   Tesco employees are really bad at playing "knifey-spoony"   (bbc.com ) divider line
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2014-03-14 04:22:41 PM  
31.media.tumblr.com
 
2014-03-14 04:55:43 PM  

DanZero: [31.media.tumblr.com image 428x241]


And we're done here. Thread over, after-party at Moe's
 
2014-03-14 04:58:45 PM  
I see the headline and the Boobies have this taken care of
 
2014-03-14 04:58:49 PM  
My question is how the fark these kids loose teaspoons?
 
2014-03-14 05:00:07 PM  

Darth_Lukecash: My question is how the fark these kids loose teaspoons?


Probably had to throw them away because they were so charred from melting heroin.
 
2014-03-14 05:00:19 PM  
FTA:  "We do include a till prompt for proof of age on our self-service tills for some items. "

Like spoons. That's the funny part. It wasn't just an over-zealous cashier.
 
2014-03-14 05:00:22 PM  

Darth_Lukecash: My question is how the fark these kids loose teaspoons?


They set the flame too high when cooking crack.
 
2014-03-14 05:00:47 PM  

Darth_Lukecash: My question is how the fark these kids loose teaspoons?


Cooking heroin, Tesco was RIGHT to not sell to him
 
2014-03-14 05:01:55 PM  
FTA: "Knives, forks I can understand but teaspoons? No," she said.

Are you people farking daft? You believe it's reasonable to restrict the purchase of cutlery to persons over 18? Alcohol, tobacco, firearms, etc. I can understand age restrictions on, but cutlery?
 
2014-03-14 05:05:20 PM  
I'd rather play knife-wrench:

img1.wikia.nocookie.net
 
2014-03-14 05:05:56 PM  

Tyrosine: FTA: "Knives, forks I can understand but teaspoons? No," she said.

Are you people farking daft? You believe it's reasonable to restrict the purchase of cutlery to persons over 18? Alcohol, tobacco, firearms, etc. I can understand age restrictions on, but cutlery?


Even people in mental institutions can get at least a spork.
 
2014-03-14 05:07:17 PM  
Well, it is the nanny state of England.  They were just looking out for his health since the spoons could make him fat.
 
2014-03-14 05:07:52 PM  

Tyrosine: FTA: "Knives, forks I can understand but teaspoons? No," she said.

Are you people farking daft? You believe it's reasonable to restrict the purchase of cutlery to persons over 18? Alcohol, tobacco, firearms, etc. I can understand age restrictions on, but cutlery?


It was hard growing up here as a teenager not being able to buy cutlery, but somehow we survived to adulthood.
 
2014-03-14 05:08:41 PM  

lindalouwho: Tyrosine: FTA: "Knives, forks I can understand but teaspoons? No," she said.

Are you people farking daft? You believe it's reasonable to restrict the purchase of cutlery to persons over 18? Alcohol, tobacco, firearms, etc. I can understand age restrictions on, but cutlery?

Even people in mental institutions can get at least a spork.


i1.ytimg.com
 
2014-03-14 05:09:25 PM  

yakmans_dad: FTA:  "We do include a till prompt for proof of age on our self-service tills for some items. "

Like spoons. That's the funny part. It wasn't just an over-zealous cashier.


I take issue with the "over-zealous cashier" theory.  If the prompt comes up and you don't do it, don't think the company won't use that to defer blame to you.  The company needs to be more selective about what items they choose to initiate a proof of age prompt.  The cashier was doing their job and following the rules, putting the blame on the cashier is just a form of blaming the victim.  I'm sure they knew it was ridiculous at the time but companies often ask employees to do ridiculous things for them, why should this one be an exception?  Because you think its logical for them to ignore their job and just do it anyway this one time?  Nope.
 
2014-03-14 05:11:39 PM  
Stepmother has bigger problems than Tesco, I believe.
www.benchmarkcenter.com
 
2014-03-14 05:12:24 PM  
NCSB: A roommate of mine and I had a big party years ago and one of the guys there was one of those "I thought you invited him..." types that show up at parties.

Anyways, he was showing off some magic tricks, one of which was the old "bending the spoon with my mind" trick. It was pretty cool at the time, until the next morning when we sobered up and realized like 3/4's of our forks and spoons were broken.

Some douchebag we didn't know was trying to impress women with magic, and I had to go buy all new silverware. F*cker.

End NCSB.
 
2014-03-14 05:12:26 PM  

What_do_you_want_now: DanZero: [31.media.tumblr.com image 428x241]

And we're done here. Thread over, after-party at Moe's


I'll have a coffee.
 
2014-03-14 05:12:31 PM  

Tyrosine: FTA: "Knives, forks I can understand but teaspoons? No," she said.

Are you people farking daft? You believe it's reasonable to restrict the purchase of cutlery to persons over 18? Alcohol, tobacco, firearms, etc. I can understand age restrictions on, but cutlery?


That was the part that I enjoyed most.  She'd apparently have been totally cool with her kid not being allowed to buy forks, but they crossed the line with teaspoons!
 
2014-03-14 05:12:40 PM  

fusillade762: lindalouwho: Tyrosine: FTA: "Knives, forks I can understand but teaspoons? No," she said.

Are you people farking daft? You believe it's reasonable to restrict the purchase of cutlery to persons over 18? Alcohol, tobacco, firearms, etc. I can understand age restrictions on, but cutlery?

Even people in mental institutions can get at least a spork.


/jk
 
2014-03-14 05:14:46 PM  
An international news story about some average unremarkable English people encountering a bit of everyday real-life red tape that, as happens occasionally, went a little too far?

I WON'T TRUST THIS UNTIL I SEE IT IN THE DAILY FAIL.
 
2014-03-14 05:18:39 PM  

DanZero: [31.media.tumblr.com image 428x241]


This is one of those times where the GIF meme works exactly as expected. I came in hoping for a screenshot and received a veritable pearl necklace of hot steamy GIF love.

Thank you.
 
2014-03-14 05:18:46 PM  
http://www.tesco.com/direct/tesco-value-teaspoons-5pce/378-4357.prd?p a geLevel=&skuId=378-4357

TESCO VALUE TEASPOONS 5PCE - £0.75
Stainless steel 18/0 Materials, Better Design

tesco.scene7.com
5 for £0.75 is US .25 a piece.
 
2014-03-14 05:21:02 PM  
Teaspoons are horrible weapons!

Don't believe me? Imagine being stabbed to death with a knife. Bad? Now, imagine a spoon.
 
2014-03-14 05:21:09 PM  
Kids probably lost spoons when they were packed with their lunches, for jello, pudding, fruit cups etc.
 
2014-03-14 05:21:59 PM  

Prophet of Loss: Teaspoons are horrible weapons!

Don't believe me? Imagine being stabbed to death with a knife. Bad? Now, imagine a spoon.


Why a spoon, cousin? Why not an axe?
 
2014-03-14 05:22:45 PM  
Was is this little vandal?
static2.wikia.nocookie.net
 
2014-03-14 05:23:16 PM  
Oops, I was thinking Tesco (Death In June's label). My goof.
 
2014-03-14 05:24:17 PM  

HMS_Blinkin: Tyrosine: FTA: "Knives, forks I can understand but teaspoons? No," she said.

Are you people farking daft? You believe it's reasonable to restrict the purchase of cutlery to persons over 18? Alcohol, tobacco, firearms, etc. I can understand age restrictions on, but cutlery?

That was the part that I enjoyed most.  She'd apparently have been totally cool with her kid not being allowed to buy forks, but they crossed the line with teaspoons!


So effin British. The biggest farking pussies on the planet.
 
2014-03-14 05:28:44 PM  

Ponzholio: Prophet of Loss: Teaspoons are horrible weapons!

Don't believe me? Imagine being stabbed to death with a knife. Bad? Now, imagine a spoon.

Why a spoon, cousin? Why not an axe?


Because it's dull, you twit!! It'll hurt more!

Also that kid...

Liam Whelan was "really embarrassed", his stepmother said

Really? You were really embarrassed? Now that everyone knows you're a big girly boy who can't even buy spoons at Tesco... how embarrassed are you now?
 
2014-03-14 05:30:29 PM  

Prophet of Loss: Teaspoons are horrible weapons!

Don't believe me? Imagine being stabbed to death with a knife. Bad? Now, imagine a spoon.


Grind down the edges and make a shiv, and it's just as bad.
 
2014-03-14 05:30:47 PM  

picturescrazy: What_do_you_want_now: DanZero: [31.media.tumblr.com image 428x241]

And we're done here. Thread over, after-party at Moe's

I'll have a coffee.


Alright, one beer for the missus
 
2014-03-14 05:31:22 PM  

"...And, isn't sanity really just a one-trick pony anyway? I mean all you get is one trick, rational thinking, but when you're good and crazy, oooh, oooh, oooh, the sky is the limit."


www.therpf.com

 
2014-03-14 05:31:36 PM  

Darth_Lukecash: My question is how the fark these kids loose teaspoons?


Probably by creating some sort of notch in the handle
 
2014-03-14 05:31:50 PM  

HMS_Blinkin: Tyrosine: FTA: "Knives, forks I can understand but teaspoons? No," she said.

Are you people farking daft? You believe it's reasonable to restrict the purchase of cutlery to persons over 18? Alcohol, tobacco, firearms, etc. I can understand age restrictions on, but cutlery?

That was the part that I enjoyed most.  She'd apparently have been totally cool with her kid not being allowed to buy forks, but they crossed the line with teaspoons!


I wonder how she would feel about a TITANIUM SPORK!

a.tgcdn.net
 
2014-03-14 05:32:56 PM  
Store refuses to sell lots of spoons to a teenager - outrage that the store would refuse the sale!
Store sells lots of spoons to a teenager who does something stupid with them - outrage that the store would sell a bunch of spoons to a teenage boy.

Damned if you do, damned if you don't.
 
2014-03-14 05:40:12 PM  
This is the country that produced Horatio Nelson, Colin Campbell and George Broadfoot. The Charge of the Light Brigade, the Thin Red Line, Piper's Fort, Rorke's Drift. I just don't comprehend how the pendulum could have swung so far, so quickly. And America is rapidly headed in the same direction.
 
2014-03-14 05:40:55 PM  

Billy Liar: Prophet of Loss: Teaspoons are horrible weapons!

Don't believe me? Imagine being stabbed to death with a knife. Bad? Now, imagine a spoon.

Grind down the edges and make a shiv, and it's just as bad.


You fail to see the image. Its not about slicing, its about stabbing hard enough for the spoon to plunge into your flesh and then pulled out and repeated. Knives go in and come out easy (unless you strike bone). If the person didn't have the strength, it would be an even worse slow bludgeoning death and probably take hours or days.

Sometimes, knives are better.
 
2014-03-14 05:41:27 PM  
She admitted she thought he was lying about the incident at first and he had not been to the store.
"Knives, forks I can understand but teaspoons? No," she said.



Look out! He's got a butter knife!
 
2014-03-14 05:44:26 PM  

Prophet of Loss: Teaspoons are horrible weapons!

Don't believe me? Imagine being stabbed to death with a knife. Bad? Now, imagine a spoon.


Detective 1: I think he was stabbed to death repeatedly with a spoon.
Detective 2: What makes you say that?
Detective 1: Because I don't think there's terminal disease that makes the sufferer break out in dozens of little smiles.
 
2014-03-14 05:45:49 PM  

Darth_Lukecash: My question is how the fark these kids loose teaspoons?


My stepson used to throw away the fork or spoon a lot of the time he scraped his plate until he was 8 or 9. We just got lucky eventually and noticed him doing it one day. He'd scrape the plate, throw away the utensil and walk away. We had extra at the time because I had cheap shiat from a restaurant I used to work at.

Maybe this dude has the same issue?
 
2014-03-14 05:52:00 PM  
I'm still missing a damned steak knife.

It's just me and the dog here, so I can't for the life of me figure out where the hell a steak knife could've gotten off to.

The empty slot in the block has been driving me nuts for two months now.
 
2014-03-14 05:52:31 PM  
I'm sure if the lad had brown or black hair, hell, even blonde, there would have been no questions asked.

Damn England and their gingerphobia.
 
2014-03-14 05:53:40 PM  

TinyFist: I'm still missing a damned steak knife.

It's just me and the dog here.


crasstalk.com
 
2014-03-14 05:54:59 PM  

Oblio13: This is the country that produced Horatio Nelson, Colin Campbell and George Broadfoot. The Charge of the Light Brigade, the Thin Red Line, Piper's Fort, Rorke's Drift. I just don't comprehend how the pendulum could have swung so far, so quickly. And America is rapidly headed in the same direction.


It's because people have nothing better to do than moan, and politicians love to pander, because if they don't they're seen as useless, or worse, as supporters of child-stabbings.

As a teenager I was mugged by a group of kids, one of whom had a steak knife, and while I don't support a ban on selling them to people (because he clearly just took it out of his kitchen drawer) the problem is that idiots who complain don't think things through, and they love to think they've done something useful. So they complain and demand everything be banned. Politicians can't say no because then they're characterised as being pro-child stabbing. It's a stupid slope and everyone involved is stupid. There's no way to stop it. These people are everywhere, and they're idiots.

Also the charge of the light brigade was hardly a moment worthy of mention among past glories, and Rorke's Drift was a follow up to Isandalwana, another instance of brash overconfidence being punished. I'm partial to the story of Winston Churchill's cavalry charge into the Dervish lines at Omdurman. It really exemplifies the attitude of one raised in the surety of the power, and invincibility, of himself, and the Empire. But I digress.

They never should have allowed poor people to vote.
 
2014-03-14 05:56:10 PM  

Prophet of Loss: TinyFist: I'm still missing a damned steak knife.

It's just me and the dog here.

[crasstalk.com image 450x277]


Alright, that got a "funny" vote. Dick.
 
2014-03-14 06:03:43 PM  
The employees were rightly worried about the boy making weapons.

Example:


This is because many people in England and the UK in general are farking psychotic yobs who will stab shoot or beat each other to death for 3 quid. Thus they've tried to change the culture by banning weapons systematically to the point where they won't sell metal teaspoons to a teenage boy in case he makes a weapon, as if that could possibly stop him. It's shameful to the whole of the UK.


On the other end of the philosophical coin, take Japan. In Japan, every middle school student must carry a paper knife.

us.123rf.com

Like that but a little smaller. No stabbings, no slicings, no knife fights at all. Why? Because the kids are growing up. They're going to be adults, so they're trusted as adults, and surprise they mostly act like adults when it comes to sharps.

If you tried the same thing in America or England, you'd probably think the streets would run red with bloooooood. OH MY GLOB! But no, I don't think so. Do people in your town run around as adults and stick you with knives? If the answer is no, you can probably trust the kids in that area, too. Kids really just want to grow up and be adults, and all the psychos I know always had their weapons on hand anyway, regardless of the law.

So I guess what I'm saying is give the yobs teaspoons that mostly a magnesium alloy because the soft metal won't hold an edge and you need two brain cells to figure out it's flammable.
 
2014-03-14 06:05:05 PM  
s.mlkshk.com
 
2014-03-14 06:09:17 PM  

HawgWild: I'd rather play knife-wrench:


I like you.
 
2014-03-14 06:09:48 PM  

hugh chardon: Well, it is the nanny state of England.  They were just looking out for his health since in case the spoons could make him fat.


Well, it is England.

/No idea why they say it that way.
 
2014-03-14 06:10:51 PM  

HawgWild: I'd rather play knife-wrench:

[img1.wikia.nocookie.net image 469x356]


th09.deviantart.net
 
2014-03-14 06:31:34 PM  

Slaxl: Oblio13: This is the country that produced Horatio Nelson, Colin Campbell and George Broadfoot. The Charge of the Light Brigade, the Thin Red Line, Piper's Fort, Rorke's Drift. I just don't comprehend how the pendulum could have swung so far, so quickly. And America is rapidly headed in the same direction.

It's because people have nothing better to do than moan, and politicians love to pander, because if they don't they're seen as useless, or worse, as supporters of child-stabbings.

As a teenager I was mugged by a group of kids, one of whom had a steak knife, and while I don't support a ban on selling them to people (because he clearly just took it out of his kitchen drawer) the problem is that idiots who complain don't think things through, and they love to think they've done something useful. So they complain and demand everything be banned. Politicians can't say no because then they're characterised as being pro-child stabbing. It's a stupid slope and everyone involved is stupid. There's no way to stop it. These people are everywhere, and they're idiots.

Also the charge of the light brigade was hardly a moment worthy of mention among past glories, and Rorke's Drift was a follow up to Isandalwana, another instance of brash overconfidence being punished. I'm partial to the story of Winston Churchill's cavalry charge into the Dervish lines at Omdurman. It really exemplifies the attitude of one raised in the surety of the power, and invincibility, of himself, and the Empire. But I digress.

They never should have allowed poor people to vote.


The unlanded & untitled seem, from most recent such accounts, to be putting on airs & appropriating methods rightly the bailiwick of the nobility, i.e., a `self-beheading' lot, the rabble are.

In Britain, beheading was used in Anglo Saxon times as a punishment for certain types of serious theft.  It was reintroduced during the reign of William the Conqueror for the execution of Waltheof, Earl of Northumberland on the 31st of May 1076 on St. Giles Hill, near Winchester. Waltheof had been convicted of treason for taking part in the Revolt of the Earls against the King and was beheaded with a sword.
Beheading was confined to those of noble birth who were convicted of treason and was an alternative to the normal punishments for this crime.  Men convicted of High Treason were condemned to hanged drawn and quartered and women to be burned at the stake.  In the case of the nobility the monarch could vary these punishments to death by beheading.  Beheading was both far less painful and considered far less dishonourable than these other methods.  Several members of Royalty were beheaded, including Charles I, Anne Boleyn, Mary Queen of Scots and Lady Jane Grey. Many other Earls, Lords and Knights, including Sir Walter Raleigh, and even some bishops were executed thus.


Alas, the Colonies are so infected, as well.
 
2014-03-14 06:35:14 PM  

Needlessly Complicated: HawgWild: I'd rather play knife-wrench:

I like you.


*blushes*
 
2014-03-14 06:41:18 PM  

Tyrosine: FTA: "Knives, forks I can understand but teaspoons? No," she said.

Are you people farking daft? You believe it's reasonable to restrict the purchase of cutlery to persons over 18? Alcohol, tobacco, firearms, etc. I can understand age restrictions on, but cutlery?


Why should kids be exposed to forks when sporks have been invented?
 
2014-03-14 06:42:57 PM  

Lars The Canadian Viking: She admitted she thought he was lying about the incident at first and he had not been to the store.
"Knives, forks I can understand but teaspoons? No," she said.


Look out! He's got a butter knife!


a.abcnews.go.com
 
2014-03-14 06:56:56 PM  

HairBolus: http://www.tesco.com/direct/tesco-value-teaspoons-5pce/378-4357.prd?p a geLevel=&skuId=378-4357

TESCO VALUE TEASPOONS 5PCE - £0.75
Stainless steel 18/0 Materials, Better Design
[tesco.scene7.com image 170x170]
5 for £0.75 is US .25 a piece.

As expensive as the UK is, some things are bizarrely super-cheap. You can go to a Boots and pick up a pack (10? 16? 20? pills) of generic paracetamol (acetaminophen) for like 19p. That's a fraction of what it would cost even at Target in the U.S.
 
2014-03-14 07:10:24 PM  
Just a shiatty POS system joined with a cashier who is just doing what the computer says. Nothing more.

A Tesco spokesperson said: "We do include a till prompt for proof of age on our self-service tills for some items.
"We ask our colleagues to use their judgment as to whether this should be applied.
"In this instance, this was not followed and we apologise to our customer for any inconvenience caused."


Oh wait it is just a button pusher who makes not much more than minim-wage not bothering to think.
 
2014-03-14 07:10:28 PM  
SPOONMAN!
s29.postimg.orgcome together with your hands
 
2014-03-14 07:17:16 PM  
Knife-wrench, can you dodge it?
 
2014-03-14 07:25:30 PM  

hugh chardon: Well, it is the nanny state of England.  They were just looking out for his health since the spoons could make him fat.


No, it's not even that. It's a store chain, Tesco. Zero to do with the nanny state/government.
 
2014-03-14 07:35:29 PM  

skinink: "...And, isn't sanity really just a one-trick pony anyway? I mean all you get is one trick, rational thinking, but when you're good and crazy, oooh, oooh, oooh, the sky is the limit."
[www.therpf.com image 362x470]


SPOOOOOOOOONNNN!!!!!

Also, GIS for "Combat Spoon":

www.aqpl43.dsl.pipex.com
 
2014-03-14 07:36:46 PM  

HawgWild: I'd rather play knife-wrench:

[img1.wikia.nocookie.net image 469x356]


If you can dodge a wrench, you can dodge a knife-wrench.
 
2014-03-14 07:37:54 PM  

Bathia_Mapes: hugh chardon: Well, it is the nanny state of England.  They were just looking out for his health since the spoons could make him fat.

No, it's not even that. It's a store chain, Tesco. Zero to do with the nanny state/government.


It has EVERYTHING to do with the nanny state.

It's that weird pro nanny state philosophy that made them place age limits on cutlery in the first place. In many cultures, you were a full fledged adult by 14 or 15. That's why Mexico still has the quinceanera. Take it back a few centuries and that meant that by 15 boys were full fledged warriors going out into the jungle with the weapons of war.

If an entire society can trust teens with obsidian swords powerful enough to take off a horse's head, why can't we in the modern era trust children of any age with spoons?
 
2014-03-14 08:09:24 PM  

Bathia_Mapes: hugh chardon: Well, it is the nanny state of England.  They were just looking out for his health since the spoons could make him fat.

No, it's not even that. It's a store chain, Tesco. Zero to do with the nanny state/government.


Why not both?

https://www.gov.uk/find-out-if-i-can-buy-or-carry-a-knife
It is illegal to:
 sell a knife of any kind (including cutlery and kitchen knives) to anyone under 18


Tesco probably has "age check" flagged on all their cutlery items or maybe just the metal ones.

It is illegal to sell these to someone under 18.
http://www.tesco.com/direct/tesco-value-stainless-steel-knives-4pk/5 23 -2710.prd?pageLevel=&skuId=523-2710
tesco.scene7.com
for online sales it says: "Age restrictions for product"

however for the 5 pack of teaspoons he wanted, http://www.tesco.com/direct/tesco-value-teaspoons-5pce/378-4357.prd?p a geLevel=&skuId=378-4357
there is no mention of an "Age restriction" for online sales.
 
2014-03-14 09:06:45 PM  
 
2014-03-14 09:51:25 PM  
weknowmemes.com

FARK I AM DISSAPOINT
 
2014-03-14 09:55:34 PM  
This is what happens when you have government run amok to make sure that everyone stays safe
 
2014-03-14 10:31:46 PM  

Prophet of Loss: You fail to see the image.


Oh, I saw the risky image of a teen holding a spoon. How dare they place a child in danger like that just for a photo!
 
2014-03-14 10:33:49 PM  

ImpendingCynic: HairBolus: http://www.tesco.com/direct/tesco-value-teaspoons-5pce/378-4357.prd?p a geLevel=&skuId=378-4357

TESCO VALUE TEASPOONS 5PCE - £0.75
Stainless steel 18/0 Materials, Better Design
[tesco.scene7.com image 170x170]
5 for £0.75 is US .25 a piece.
As expensive as the UK is, some things are bizarrely super-cheap. You can go to a Boots and pick up a pack (10? 16? 20? pills) of generic paracetamol (acetaminophen) for like 19p. That's a fraction of what it would cost even at Target in the U.S.


19p? Outrageous! Our local corner shop has 16 packs of ibuprofen for 16p, paracetamol 16s is 15p and co-codamol (paracetamol&codeine) is £1.87 in Boots. I have no idea why basic pain relief is so expensive in the US, last time I was on holiday there I bought some Advil and couldn't believe how much you guys paid for plain old ibuprofen.

As for the teaspoons, it's a gateway utensil. Start off with just a few teaspoons here and there and before you know it you're in deep with dessert spoons then its just a short leap from there to full blown ladles.
 
2014-03-14 10:34:47 PM  
Don't you people care that spoons are just a gateway utensil? Sure, it's "Ha Ha LOL" when we're talking about teaspoons, but tomorrow the kids will try to buy tablespoons, then before you know it, they've worked their way all the way up to assault spatulas. I bet you won't be laughing when the streets are filled with whisk-wielding hoodlums, or roving gangs of salad-tossers trying to brutalize your sons (and maybe your daughters, but mostly your sons). Just remember the day you chuckled off the quaint little "oh-look-who-couldn't-buy-a-spoon" news story when your town is overrun with homicidal cheese-slicer maniacs.

STRONGER UTENSIL CONTROL NOW - BEFORE IT'S TOO LATE!!! Wake up, sheeple! Save our children!!!!!11!!

also:

sleep lack: Was is this little vandal?
[static2.wikia.nocookie.net image 320x240]


There *is* no spoon.
 
2014-03-15 02:54:42 AM  

Tyrosine: FTA: "Knives, forks I can understand but teaspoons? No," she said.

Are you people farking daft? You believe it's reasonable to restrict the purchase of cutlery to persons over 18? Alcohol, tobacco, firearms, etc. I can understand age restrictions on, but cutlery?


Well, you probably don't want to sell a steak knife to a three year old.

But other than that, yeah, really really stupid.

I don't remember how many knives I had when I was 16, but it was definitely non-zero.  Had a few forks and spoons too, I'm sure.  Oh, and of course a gun.
 
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