@ kateisgr3at – It couldn’t be an intentional typo as dinosgorawr said if they spelt it dying; it would be the same as saying studying and no one would get what she was implying.
That said, I just see it as a stupid typo. but who knows, right?
@ Kate. Yes, I know how to spell dying, that’s why I spelled it right when I posted it. Did you even read what I wrote? Maybe the poster meant to spell it that way. Maybe it’s just a typo, but I’m looking at it the other way.
@poopaloop: “Princess Shaniqua” isn’t exactly the most common name. If you want to know her surname, just search for her on facebook. I did, and unfortunately it appears that she was completely serious in her comment, not going for witty irony like I was hoping.
OMG! The first one just killed me!! I had to register so i can post a comment. Who says things like that?! And if you’re gonna say it, at least make sure you spell everything right. But its just so horribly funny…
I sort of agree with the last one. It’s true that they do that. And they always send the black reporter to do those stories. However, the irony is that Princess Sheniqua is perpetuating the stereotypes just as much as the media is. If you want to fight the stereotypes…stop being one!
Why do you guys try and creep the people in these posts Facebook’s? And then go even further to check their friends to see if someone who commented on their status or whatever is in there, and THEN say “yeah, ____ is on her friends list and the picture looks like the blurred out one.”
Usually I’d just be a little bitch and whine about misspellings not being funny, but seriously… what the hell is up with the first one? I don’t even get how she could have put that last sentence up there.
Or well, why she has that status at all. Just broadcast somebody else’s pain to the world. Thank Fuck For Facebook.
Peeple who tlk lyk dis <– Seriously, I beg you please, become an Emo, but learn to cut your wrists the right way. Along the vein, not across it!
How is it any easier to type like a moron? I mean really, those extra letters and effort, to spell it the right way takes what? One second? Learn to speak properly or become a trench digger given your single digit IQ rating.
People like Kimberley with their attention seeking status updates need to join the 'peeple who tlk lyk dis' clan. If you gave a fuck about your family, you would get off Facebook and 'hung' them. Don't post it in your status so you get comments from people who think you are sympathetic.
Facebook a social network communication tool for staying in touch with friends and family, not to try make an impact on society through your selfish driven ego. Fucktards!
I realise fucktards is not a word but it is the only way to vent my frustration.
And yes, I do realise that Facebook has been the catalyst for Lamebook and its hilarious posts, but seriously, people need to realise that talking about another persons family in their status is not only disrespectful, but just poor fucking form.
@Crackadackalash. I care.
Also, fucktards should be a word. It conveys the point that you are trying to get across, and is used extensively in the works of the comedic genius Christopher Moore. So that makes it a word in my world.
@lamourstories: The fact you’ve responded to my post proves otherwise.
Based on the norm argument or spirited debate that arise on this site, you’re coming across as completely naive. Correct me if I’m wrong, but you’re commenting under the ‘More terrible typeOHs!’ thread. Even though a typo isn’t really about grammar or spelling, more so about the typing mistake, they actually become the popular choice for the majority of comments.
Congratulations on your burn though. Did you think that up all by yourself? I wish I could drop puns the way you do. How does one become so clever? Could you teach me the way of your wit?
@ Lulz & Wordpervert People feel the need to find these people to check if they are in fact real, because then it becomes so much more funny than a set up status/comment made just for lamebook. And in this case she is very real. Then again, this one here has no picture, so maybe it was made especially for lamebook with her in mind? Too much thought.
As a mother who HAS lost a child. I would be absolutely offended to read what the first person said. I would be extremely hurt. Saying to keep me in your prayers would have been enough, but to broadcast to the world exactly what happened is cruel. I am sure she is just trying to be nice as most people are after a child dies, but sometimes people are so damn stupid and ignorant. THINK before you say shit! I have heard a lot of things people have said after a loss. I know there isn’t a lot one can say about the loss of a child.
Just say I am so sorry for your loss and leave it at that! That’s ALL we wanna hear. We do NOT want to hear your trivial bullshit! Lose a child, lose a piece of you forever!
@jukaswo Well done totally missing the point I was making and concentrating on one little grammatical mistake. I guess it makes you feel superior. I thought ‘so much funnier’ wouldn’t make sense, then again I suppose I didn’t need so much, and could’ve just said funnier. You grammar nazi’s do need to get over yourselves though.