|"SERIOUS BUSINESS" meme starring Chloe Moretz (found on the internets)|
Guess what, kids!? It's anti-bullying month. Or at least that's what Jennifer Livingston told me (more on her later). Yes, I know it's hard for many of you to believe, but I have been a pathetic, dorkiful loser virtually my entire life ("dorkiful" - I just made that word up right now...yeah, cool), so I am no stranger to the cold, calculated torment that bullies can inflict onto a person such as me.
|"Stop Bullying at School" comic strip created by myrealname at stopbullying.bitstrips.com|
No, no...bullying is not good. If it were running for office I would vote against it. But as Lord Throckmorton Fungusleaves (more on him later) would say, "That is neither here, nor there." Because our next topic is vaguely related to this anti-bullying business, but I have to talk about it now, because when the holy heck will I ever get around to it again right? Am I right? Yeeeaaah.
|George Dalmon and Andy Miles were banned from Mongolian buffet restaurant for "eating like pigs"|
Our next enthralling story, comes to us via the British newspaper "The Telegraph." (SEE Pair banned from all-you-can-eat restaurant for eating too much ) It sounds like a subplot to one of the worst episodes of "The Simpsons" ever, but these two lads, George Dalmon and Andy Miles, were kicked out of a Mongolian barbeque buffet restaurant for eating too much. The manager of the restaurant referred to these gentlemen as a "couple of pigs", saying, "Basically they just come in and pig out. We've had to put up with them for a couple of years, but I've had enough."
|OH GOD WHY|
How can something like this happen in America?? Oh yeah, that's right...it happened in the United Kingdom.
Now back to our bullying story...
|Jennifer Livingston of WKBT in La Crosse, Wisconsin|
Have you all heard about Jennifer Livingston, the WKBT news anchor who got a nasty e-mail from some bully regarding her physical appearance? Well, this video below will explain it...
|Mitt Romney wearing a no fat chicks t-shirt|
No, no just kidding. But anyway, the point is, we need a more compassionate country... and world, for that matter. Heavyweight boxing champion George Foreman once said, "Compassion goes in and out of style" when explaining his success was the by-product of a "compassionate America." We need compassion to come back into style. Oh yeah.
|"You're mean. Go away." meme|
But how do we achieve this goal of creating a kinder, more compassionate world? The honorable Lord Throckmorton Fungusleaves has a few idears. Check out the video below...
Thank you Lord Throckmorton, and thank YOU, gentle reader.
God bless you all, and please remember to support your local zoo.
Stay classy, Chicago!