Things That Make You Ask “Why?” Part 8
Why did my friends and I spend a good ten minutes laughing? Because we stumbled upon this ad while looking for something for our nonprofit fundraiser. We really should have filtered the term “entertainment photographer” a bit better.
Why this might be the first person I’ve come across that needs to continue their last name onto the back of their drivers license.
Why am I holding a very empty box of french fries? Because Wendy’s cheated me!!
Why am I holding a bag of french fries? Because this is what the passive aggressive cashier handed me when I politely pointed out my fry quantity disappointment.
Why am I holding a triple stack burger with a HUGE wedge of cheese? Because I also pointed out the fact that my bunless double stack was missing cheese, veggies, and condiments (yes that’s right, I got two pieces of meat and THAT WAS IT) so the same passive aggressive cashier made this concoction.
Why do we call America the laziest country? Doesn’t everyone need to pay a little extra to have their potatoes already foil wrapped?
Why am I taking a picture of batteries stapled back into the package? Because this was hanging on the shelf at the store and I can’t figure out if this is awful or the best idea ever! Buy new batteries, return the old one’s in the package. Apparently the store doesn’t care…
Why not put a Coke machine facing a pond in the middle of a forest preserve. This is America you know! We are too lazy to bring water bottles and we demand a drink right here, right now!
Why was I suddenly questioning my adult clothing choices as I was folding laundry one day? Because these are my family’s pants in a row. First are the girl child’s, second are mine, lastly are the boy child’s. My shorts are SHORTER than those of a three year old and nearly the same size as the shorts of my 38 pound six year old. How is that even possible….
“Why what a lovely view” was what I was thinking on my way to church moments before a turkey hopped out of the cornfield and committed suicide by my car. I’m telling you, this year I have taken my serial birderer status to a whole new level. A turkey? Really?
Why are most Americans who are living under the poverty line overweight? Because besides the occasional roadkill turkey, this is the food that they have access too. This is the haul that the food pantry gave me when I showed up to get diapers. Now I won’t complain because not only are people nice enough to donate it and the volunteers are nice enough to set aside the gluten free food for me, but still, that’s a lot of junk food!