|Born in the RSR |
classic dupe week continues.
I SAW THIS GREAT ANIMATED SHORT CALLED RABBIT I HAVE TO SUBMIT IT FOR YOU GUYS
|Corpus Delectable |
Well, if the Walmart was full of gay porn, what did they expect.
Also, cue Louis CK with the, "I don't know. It's your shitty kid. You tell him," line.
"She saw a video of men having sex. What do I say to her about that?"
You say, "Honey, that was a video of men having sex." What's complicated about that? It's no different than if she saw a straight couple having sex. If she's old enough to know what sex is, she's probably old enough to know that gay people exist.
"You see, when two people are an abomination unto the lord very, very much..."
(actually more than two in this case I s'pose)
It should be less complicated than explaining your hair, lady
The mom admits that she had no idea online-connected media device was when she gave it to her daughter.
If, as a parent, you are too damn lazy to ask some questions of a store-clerk or read the short and illustrated guide that comes with it, you have no right to bitch when you are surprised at what it does. These parents apparently have zero time to inform themselves, but endless hours with which to complain.
The implication here is not that she used the zune to find gay porn online, but that the zune had gay porn already downloaded on it.
Somewhere out there, someone is giggling at their own handiwork.
Not to play Devil's Advocate, but wal-mart clerks tend to know just as much as you do about most products, and the manual is on the inside of the box. Also, I don't think that the zune is actually internet-capable.
The problem here is not that she should have known more about the product, but that Wal-Mart didn't format the returned item, and the mom doesn't know how to explain gay porn to someone old enough to understand it.
I do understand that (although Zunes can receive peer to peer pictures from strangers), and realize it wouldn't have changed the outcome here.
I'm just saying that when a parent hands an electronic game or device to a child and says "oh yeah, I've no idea what it is or does but I couldn't be bothered to ask", they've forfeited the right to act surprised when it does something they didn't expect. Even though in this case it wouldn't have helped.
I thought that came with every Zune.
At first I was disappointed that Chanell Martin wasn't wearing a hat. Then I was delighted that someone did that to their hair, probably at the expense of lots of time and money.
That's what the parents get for being too cheap to buy an iPod.
|Jet Bin Fever |
Wait, they bought a ZUNE?! Well,... I guess I still feel sorry for them... sort of.
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