We've all made bad decisions in life. Sometimes they are short and painless but other times, the consequences of our actions last a while. Like they did for this woman, and her terrible mistake of a house pet.
Denell McCaul, a Facebook user and if her profile is any indication, generally a lover of animals, recently went on an EPIC rant about how sick and tired she was of her pet rooster.McCaul says upfront that the rooster is free to a good home, but she may want to toss in a few bucks to get it out as soon as possible.
The language on her post was Not Safe For Work, unless you work on a farm, where evidently anything goes.
via: ShutterstockMcCaul wrote: "FREE to good home. Well, any home really. At this point I don't give a shit what kind of home this inconsiderate jerk goes to: ASSHOLE ROOSTER. He's the perfect rooster if your alarm is broken and you need to be awake at 5:30 a.m. That is his only setting, 5:30..."
via: Facebook"...He has no snooze button but will be quiet just long enough for you to fall back to sleep and then he'll start back up with his obnoxious cock-a-doodle-doing right outside of your windows. It's like he knows where you sleep and can zone in on that particular window so maybe he has some sort of special x-ray vision where he can see sleeping people behind walls. He is also a perfect rooster if you want to start running... around your yard... while you're trying to get away from him."
via: Facebook"...He no longer goes after me as he is also an instructor of interpretive dance. Or at least that's what I imagine it looked like as I went after him flapping my arms, jumping up and down, kicking at him, yelling and screaming, and swinging a mop in his direction..."
via: Facebook"...So, if you're looking for an alarm clock with the only setting being 5:30 a.m., a personal trainer and a dance instructor, I have the perfect rooster that is able to fill all 3 of those positions FOR FREE! But you're coming out to catch this asshole, I want to see your first interpretive dance lesson." Honestly, I'm beginning to feel a little sorry for the rooster!