I started out this comment attempting to defend Timothy’s honour. After all, his status clearly states that he has lost his house phone, not his cell phone, so there’s no inconsistency with him posting to facebook from his phone. There is, however, the question of why the hell he couldn’t just call his house phone from his cell phone. So, to summarise, Timothy is a retart.
As for the first one: the women in the kitchen joke died a long time ago. Get some new material, ffs!
Talia sounds so simple, bless her. She completely misses the point of the group and at the same time lends weight to the arguement that women are only good for two, possibly three things. I’m joking of course. It’s only one thing.
I have an iPod Touch (regretting that purchase now. Sigh) and when I use it to post FB status updates it shows that I posted it from an iPhone, even though it’s not a phone. So maybe that’s what happened to Timothy. He’s likely just an attention-starved loser, but still.
@lostintranslation – he did state he “lost his cell”. He can’t call it because he has no house phone. A lot of people don’t have a house phone these days. And even if he did lose his home phone, he could have paged it.
Anyway @A Girl’s Version of an XBox – these jokes were once funny, many moons ago, but have lost their humour from people overusing them. I’ve probably heard that “black eye” joke about 100 times, from 3 different people. That’s right. The same 3 people have told me the same joke over and over.
Ah, Lamebook, staunchly refusing to accept that women in the kitchen jokes stopped being funny about five years before people started to fucking say em.
That goes for all the other stupid morons on Facebook. STOP DOING THE SAME JOKE, FOR FUCKS SAKE. Ooh, what is it next, a joke about Michael Jackson loving little kids? A joke about George Bush being stupid? LOL, you’re so original aren’t you, you fucking idiots.
Timothy’s not that much of a poor bastard. iPod touch, otherwise known as the “iPhone for people with bad credit,” pops up as “Facebook for iPhone” when you post something because people with iPod touches download the “Facebook for iPhone” app from the app store.
Jeez, people, lighten up on the whole domestic abuse/violence/poor women crap. A dude talks about a black eye and you take it seriously?! You must really be offended and scared when someone says “I’m gonna kill you”.
You’re right, George Bush being stupid is not funny anymore. Now it’s just sad, but true)
Nexus, you’re not saying anything new/original, yourself. It’s an old joke, as old as gender bias itself. No one claims it to be amazing or clever. Just funny in the moment when the perfect moment arises. Woman who make a big deal out of it are the ones who are the funniest to hit with it. Shut up and enjoy the ride.
@TaliaBaybee: I would believe you *intentionally* used the comma incorrectly (i.e., comma-splicing independent clauses) to make an ironic statement if you hadn’t also used the wrong pronouns in your original comment–and missed a comma. Note that you used “me” (objective) where it should have been “I” (subjective). —> “It’s not I, though.”