What people become after eating McDonalds for years, every day. Theese people usually end up 400+ lbs, and feel sorry for themselves. Usually they end up on Oprah, so bored housewives can feel sorry for them, and the government can send them free IRS money, stolen from people who actually work.
I don't feel sorry for fat people because it's not my fault they became fat. I think that person has something to do with it.
What feminist girls watch religiously, secretly wishing someday their life will turn out like the characters on the show. The show portrays independent women who take charge. Despite the show being grossly innacurate, it makes women really snobby and difficult for their unfortunate boyfriends.
I am a strong woman, I am independent. Like those girls on sex and the city.
Government branch that steals our money so it can be spent on bums that are too lazy to work, women that have too many kids, and bling bling chrome rims for guys with no jobs. Just take your welfare check to the local Currency Exchange, and you're good to go!
Makes me proud to pay taxes on my hard earned money!
I made $100,000 last year, working 60 hours a week. Actually, I made $40,000 after taxes because the IRS feels that people who don't work for a living, deserve to get checks in the mail. Why don't other countries do this except us again? Oh that's right, we're lazy for the most part.
The easiest place to fraud people and steal their money. The police won't stop it, because Ebay pays them too much money in taxes. Proof that there is a price tag on everything, including breaking the law.
I stole $10,000 from customers on Ebay today. It was easy as setting up a fake paypal account and selling imaginary rolexes on ebay. Why get a job?
One of the most innacurate myths in U.S. history. In reality, if a credit card is stolen, the business where the criminal spent the funds at, will be hurt, not the card holder. If someone steals your card, and you tell the card company, they will take the money away from the business, not the customer. In turn, the business will lose money, go our of business, or be hurt permanently. However, most people still believe that THEY are the victim.
I don't recognize this $10 charge on my card, it must be identity theft, like they said on TV. I better call mastercard, so they can put the money back on my card. Wow, I'm so traumatized.
A place for people who are:
1) Scared to go out into the real world
3) Want to be average and middle class forever
Stake my own claim? In the real world? I would rather hide in college, so there is nothing to compare my failures to, except grades and a lifetime of loans.