A Comment on Comments

I wanted to thank you for your comment on my post regarding ice machines. Since you opted to submit your thoughts anonymously, I am forced to thank you publicly. For those who missed the keen insight of this dear reader, here is what Anonymous had to say:

Get a different job. Obviously you are to stupid to work in the Bar/Restaurant industry….Ice machines are loud cumbersome but oh so necessary machines. I suggest finding employment in an office where they give you a cubicle with all you need right there so you won’t have to move your fat lazy ass! Oh, and bring your own ice water!!!

Dear sweet, addled Anonymous. Surely you must recognize sarcasm. You don’t really expect that I want an ice machine to be suspended over a bar so that the ice can fall directly into the bin. Do you really think I want that and expect it to happen? You dear, dear, sweet person. If you are a regular reader of this blog, you would know that all of my writing is to be taken with a grain of salt and with tongue placed firmly in cheek.

One more thing you should know. You do not know the difference between the words “to” and “too” so I placed a link for you to check out after you read this. I think it will help you in the future when you want to put your two cents in.

Thanks for reading. And I am not fat. Lazy, yes. Fat, no.

This may help your spelling and grammar issues, Anonymous.

16 thoughts on “A Comment on Comments

  1. Bagel Fairy

    I do think it's funny that you explicitly stated that you fell on your "skinny ass," but obviously anonymous was "to" fed up with you to bother reading the whole thing.

  2. Simple Dude

    Anonymous commenters are a pimple on the ass of blog-ism. And it irritates me that they are too cowardly to allow their opinions to be known publicly. SDhttp://simpledudecomplexworld.blogspot.com/

  3. Lolamouse

    I got my first Anonymous hate comment today. Either it's the same person or everyone who calls himself/herself Anonymous has difficulty with spelling and grammar!

  4. haruka

    I'm sorry that person was a jerk to you. Ice machines are a big problem to employees. I tore my pec muscle lugging ice buckets around that were way too heavy for me and had to go through physical therapy. At least when I went back I was on weight restrictions and had a doctor's note saying I didn't have to lift anything over ten pounds.


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