@slippy – isn’t that what adoption is for? I mean, yeah, you have to pay that initial “get the kid” fee, but hell – you get one young enough and over their lifetime, all that yard raking and mowing and after school jobs? Pfft, that’s an investment!
The Matt & devon one isnt really lame or funny in any way whatsoever, The diddo one was a little bit lame but not overly so and the other 2 were mildly amusing. I sometimes wonder how some posts make it on here?
Riddled that can’t be true when theres so many mentally unstable people on my facebook alone that update their status funny/lame events every couple of hours without fail, there must be at least some good material out there!
ever since Lamebook got famous we don’t see a lot of top quality stuff anymore. Although some people still take pictures of placentas and put it for public to see which helps but looks like people don’t do a lot of stupid updates anymore. Fear of being lamebooked? Perhaps time to gather the lamest of twitter, too.
@ariesdragon123 what does your post have to do with Facebook though? Did you find it on Facebook? if not I can see the reason behind the ‘rejection’. Although I did see your picture on Failblog a couple of nights ago and found it VERY funny.
haha…i shouldn’t even admit how long it took me to realize what rachel was saying when she was talking about melons in their bodies…I honestly thought, at first she might have been talking about having more junk in their trunk. See….stupid people just make other people stupid trying to figure out what the first stupid person was trying to say in the first place….stupid…..
In one of the many billions of alternate realties, there is a version of me reading lamebook, actually finding something that resembles ‘humour’ and then subsequently compose a razor sharp witticism which would have people hailing me as some sort of internet comedic god. Sadly, that’s not going to happen and all I can offer is a derisory ‘Ben’.