That's right... Any group that has any member that I've ever disagreed with on any subject is now comprised completely of stinky poo-heads. It's easier that way... I can just write whole groups of people off as beneath me without ever actually having a conversation with any individual of that group except the original offender...
So basically here is my list...
Members of the Green Party
People who like any movie starring Ben Afleck
People who take more than 20 items through the express lane
Ex-Husbands (Doesn't have to be my ex-husband... any ex-husband will do)
People with complicated coffee orders
Members of the NRA
Members of the ACLU
Members of any organization with an acronym
Members of any organization without an acronym
I would list Ron Paul supporters but I've never actually met one.
People who point out omissions in my forum posts.
MelissaBarret (Extended to include ALL women with the last name Barrett... including but not limited to mother-in-law and sister-in-laws)
People who make lists
People on hubpages
Dora the Explorer
Dinosaurs (purple and/or any other color)
Blue Avatar creatures
Mighty Mom's avatar
People with dogs
People with strollers
People who post in forums when I have a child attached to my boob so I can read but not respond.
People who add to already ridiculously long lists
Just to recap... If you are a member of any of these groups you are a stinky poo-head automatically. Don't waste time trying to argue... I've already made up my mind.
You should expand your list to include:
I already listed the dutch... but you are completely right and I shall amend my list immediately.
I keep a list in my head of specific people. It's called my 'poo list.' I don't generally involve groups as a whole, as people tend to be members of multiple groups.
This post is strangely ironic
MelissaBarret is not on MelissaBarret's stinky poo list!
Assuming she is not already covered I think that would be covered by adding one of the following to the list
1) people who make lists
2) people on hubpages
That's assuming she is a person. Let's expand the list further to include "all interactive entities, including but not limited to: people, computers, robots, Dora the Explorer"
Dora the Explorer
Not sure where that came from, but now that she's tossed into the mix,
I feel compelled to add dinosaurs (purple and/or any other color)
And computer generated characters including but not limited to:
All those blue Avatar creatures
Superheroes (my own avatar begrudgingly included in this list )
If I may clarify the term - stinky poo-heads are stinky poo-heads because their heads are in the general vicinity of their stinky booty bottoms. While there are some non-stinky poo-heads, they are bland and uninteresting, because they are so clueless that they can't find their stinky booty bottoms. Or something like that.
Alrighty, then! That just about encompasses the entire human population, and you've included a non-human one as well. Perhaps you might like to meet an extra-terrestrial alien?
( I happen to love cats--so I guess that makes you a member of my "stinky-poo" list......)
people with dogs
people with strollers
That is too funny!
I had typed "neighbors" and also "relatives" and at the last minute deleted from my list.
And was considering something about "drivers" ("bad, rude, inconsiderate drivers")
Does this mean we think in a similarly prejudiced way, psycheskinner?
Are we, perhaps, super-stinky-pooheads?
I believe you forgot to include:
People who think you forgot to include something
You finally got to meet a Ron Paul supporter... count me in.
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