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Cat
2 months ago
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Cat
4 months ago
Making the blade look uncool
Swords use to be cool these guys are giving them a bad rap.
Wonder which of these fighting styles he'll use

The Dorito Duelist: This style involves holding the blade with one hand while clutching a bag of Doritos in the other. The neckbeard alternates between taking bites of chips and awkwardly swinging the sword, often getting cheese dust all over the blade.

The Fedora Fencer: Wearing a fedora at a jaunty angle, the neckbeard attempts to channel the elegance of classic swordsmen. However, their lack of skill leads to frequent tripping over their own feet and dramatic flourishes that are more comical than intimidating.

The Waifu Warrior: Armed with a replica katana adorned with anime decals, the neckbeard adopts exaggerated stances inspired by their favorite anime characters. Expect overly dramatic shouts of "Kawaii strike!" and attempts to unleash "ultimate techniques" with cringe-inducing names.

The Mountain Dew Master: Fueled by gallons of Mountain Dew, the neckbeard adopts a hyperactive fighting style characterized by erratic movements and wild swings. Their lack of coordination often results in accidentally hitting themselves with the blade.

The Keyboard Katana: In this style, the neckbeard holds the sword with one hand while frantically typing insults and memes with the other. Their attempts at multitasking lead to sloppy attacks and predictable patterns, making them easy targets for opponents.
Making the blade look uncool
Cat
4 months ago
Buy cheaper pizza
Really DO NOT finance a pizza. If that's not enough bad financial advice for you we have you covered with 5 more :

"Borrow Money to Buy Lottery Tickets": Why waste time saving up for a rainy day when you could hit the jackpot tomorrow? Take out a second mortgage, max out your credit cards, and buy as many lottery tickets as you can carry. After all, fortune favors the bold—or at least the heavily indebted.

"Invest in Pyramid Schemes": Who needs boring old index funds when you can join a pyramid scheme and get rich quick? Just recruit a few friends, sit back, and watch the money roll in. Sure, it might technically be illegal, but think of all the luxurious vacations you'll be able to afford before the SEC catches wind of your scheme.

"Live Like a Kardashian": Why bother budgeting when you can live a life of luxury like your favorite reality TV stars? Treat yourself to designer clothes, lavish vacations, and extravagant parties—all on a shoestring budget. Who needs financial stability when you have Instagram likes?

"Become a Professional Fortnite Gamer": Who says video games can't be a lucrative career? With millions of dollars up for grabs in esports tournaments, all you need is a killer Fortnite strategy and lightning-fast reflexes. Just ignore the fact that only a tiny fraction of gamers actually make it big—this time, it's different.

"Bet Your Life Savings on Red": Who needs retirement savings when you have the thrill of the roulette wheel? Head to your nearest casino, plop down your life savings on red, and let fate decide your financial future. Worst-case scenario, you end up penniless and living under a bridge—but hey, at least you'll have a good story to tell.
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Cat
4 months ago
Granfield
Didn't spell it as wrong as him though.
Maybe keep your eyes open while typing or some of these things might happen:

"You might accidentally type out your secret love confession to your crush... and send it to your boss instead. HR could have a field day with that one!"

"Ever tried typing a grocery list blindfolded? Let's just say, instead of 'milk' you might end up ordering 'a silk' from the grocery delivery service. Who knew dairy was so fashionable?"

"Auto-correct can be a lifesaver, but with your eyes closed, it's more like a comedic time bomb. 'I'll be there in a sec' turns into 'I'll be there in a sex'—awkward family chat, anyone?"

"Attempting to reply to your friend's joke with 'LOL' but end up typing 'LOLITA' instead. Suddenly, your innocent chuckle takes a disturbing turn."

"Imagine writing a heartfelt condolence message with your eyes closed, only to realize later you've sent a 'congratulations on your promotion' note instead. Whoops, wrong emotion!"
Granfield
Cat
4 months ago
Rude but not wrong
Don't fall for NFT's but if you have a positive experience feel free to comment.
Here are some reasons the rude guy is right:

"Because nothing says 'investment opportunity' quite like a pixelated picture of a bored ape or a rainbow-shooting cat. Who needs the Mona Lisa when you can have a JPEG of a dancing pickle, right?"

"It's like a virtual version of trading cards, but instead of collecting valuable athletes or historical figures, you're collecting... well, digital cats with a side of existential dread. Not exactly the stuff of dreams."

"Forget the traditional pyramid scheme, NFTs are the new frontier of 'Hey, wanna buy this thing that only exists in the digital ether and may or may not tank in value faster than a lead balloon?'"

"NFTs: Because who needs financial stability when you can spend your life savings on a picture of a monkey wearing sunglasses? It's not just a purchase, it's a lifestyle statement!"

"Why settle for a boring ol' savings account when you can gamble your hard-earned cash on the chance that someone, somewhere, might want to buy your digital rendition of a stick figure with a bad haircut? It's like Vegas, but with more blockchain!"
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Cat
4 months ago
Not the message you would want to get
He cares though even if cringe.
Here are some cringe-worthy, tongue-in-cheek ways a boss might inappropriately express care:

"Hey team, just a heads-up that I've installed cameras in the break room to make sure you're all taking those well-deserved coffee breaks. I care about your caffeine intake, you know?"

"I've set up mandatory group hugs every morning to foster team spirit. If anyone refuses, they'll be assigned to the 'hug audit' project. Let's keep those hugs coming, folks!"

"I've personally reviewed everyone's medical records to ensure you're all staying healthy. Remember, I'm just a spreadsheet away if you need some 'extra motivation' to hit those fitness goals!"

"To show my appreciation for your hard work, I've organized a surprise 'Trust Fall Tuesday' event. Don't worry, I'll catch you... unless I'm in a meeting, in which case, good luck!"

"As a special treat, I've updated the office playlist with my favorite motivational speeches on loop. Nothing says 'I care' like the soothing sounds of a CEO TED talk echoing through the halls, right?"
Not the message you would want to get

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