he thing about the Internet is that if you're going to post something for the whole world wide web to read, you'd better make sure you're not just pulling things out of thin air.
In other words, people have Google and will call you out on that crap. And, as you can see from these people, it can be pretty ruthless, but also highly entertaining...
First of all, points for the use of “okie dokie.” Second, at least they admitted they’re wrong, not that they really had any choice.
That said, it’s clear they’re a little misguided in their original statement, right? I mean, “judge not,” etc…
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But he will tell you not to put words in his mouth. That guy looks like he knows exactly how to get in shape. So I’m inclined to believe him when he says what is or isn’t the right way to get the job done.
Tri, tri again…
What’s more terrifying? They’re both pretty unpleasant prospects, but I would probably rather ingest the pink goo rather than have to dive headfirst into the realm of teletubbies. If you have kids, you probably feel the same way.
The thought of mechanically separated chicken or the Teletubbies?
Maybe she’s going to take a nap at the club? Or maybe she’s trying to be a little sneaky, but with limited success. Don’t lie, folks, especially in the age of social media.
Just trying to help her out here, but yeah, totally busted.
What a coincidence! So did a really famous person. Did you think you’re getting away with something like this? Because it’s not going to happen. People have the internet now.
You’re totally famous!