The two individuals pictured are two of my co-workers. Later that week (and earlier today), my workplace had a small gathering and provided free pizza. They were monstrously large slices (don’t be fooled by the photograph below, that slice was about 60% finished). If you know me, you know that I love free food. I had four jumbo slices of pizza and was working on my fifth when I realized that my stomach isn’t big enough to fit all that food.
Come visit us at the student org fair! We’re at table #7. twitpic.com/8heyyk
— The Badger Herald (@BadgerHerald) February 9, 2012
This is the text contained in the image, taken from a YouTube comment: âHi, I know most of you wonât read this, but to the few of you who do, thank you. All my life Iâve wanted to be a turtle. I just feel like I was supposed to be born one. Iâve started wearing a cardboard shell around my waist and eating only small pieces of lettuce. Iâve also been living in my bathtub. But it just isnât enough. For ever[y] âlike,â my parents will give me one dollar to go towards turtle reassignment surgery. They donât believe in me, but I know you do. Thanks so much for helping me.â Why do people do this? Why can’t they go do their homework or read a book or something?
People have way too much time on their hands these days. twitpic.com/8diam9
— Adam (@Parkzer) January 30, 2012
Only two weeks. That’s not bad.
Overheard on the bus: âIt was crazy, he had to get his arm cut off for like two weeks.â
— Adam (@Parkzer) January 31, 2012
This one was said by my good buddy Garrett Royce, who you might know if you’ve been around for a long time. Yes, he’s still alive. Of course, for those of you who don’t get it, Taco’s el something implies that Taco owns el something. El means "the" in Spanish. I think it was a little bit of a Spanish mix-up by Garrett.
âLike every Mexican restaurant is named âTaco’s el somethingââ ââ¦ I have never heard of a Mexican restaurant owned by someone named Tacoâ
— Adam (@Parkzer) February 2, 2012
I saw this on my way back from McDonalds. There was literally somone outside in the dark with a camera standing in front of a dead tree. She picked up her camera, took a picture of the dead tree in the middle of the night, the stepped to her left a few paces. She took another shot. She stepped to her left a few more paces, and took another shot. This went on for several seconds before she looked down at her camera, then walked away in satisfaction.
I just saw someone carefully take a picture of a dead tree from about five different anglesâ¦
— Adam (@Parkzer) February 3, 2012
I have a feeling I actually already tweeted this before, but I noticed it again yesterday. I just don’t understand why people try to parallel park their car in a tiny space that is clearly half the size of their car. Even if they didn’t notice it at first, I’m sure they would notice it after they back up into the space, almost hit the car behind them, then notice that less than half of their car is actually in the space. But nope, they keep on trying. They pull out of the parking spot, put their car back in reverse, and keep trying. I’ve never actually had enough time to watch one of these parkers for longer than several seconds because I usually see this when I’m on my way to class, but the next time I see this happen and I’m headed back home or something, I’m probably going to have a seat on the sidewalk and keep watching to see how long it takes for them to realize that their car just doesn’t fit.
I love watching people try to parallel park in spaces that are half the length of their car
— Adam (@Parkzer) February 3, 2012
I was actually very happy that someone pointed out to me that there was black ice on the ground. It made me get a little bit more hope in humanity because it reminded me that there are still some nice people out in the world. Then I realized that I was being trolled in my own apartment building, and that the person was pointing at a rug and said that there was black ice. I usually don’t have this many interesting tweets in one day, but I usually try to tweet something funny or interesting at least once every one or two days, so feel free to follow me by clicking on the Follow button on any of the embedded tweets above.
A kind soul just pointed at the ground and said to me, âWatch out, black ice!â â¦ We were inside and she was pointing at a rug
— Adam (@Parkzer) February 5, 2012