It can be challenging to get your landlord’s attention. You can call, you can text, but it’s only rarely that they respond to their tenant’s desperate cries. In this case, our guy sent his landlord a message communicating that the hot water is quite simply “broken.” We will let the linguistic aspect of it slide for now.
Unfortunately, there’s no real way to convey this in pictures, so it looks like this was the best he could do. Funny? Yes. We just hope the landlord didn’t reply with something equally ridiculous like, “looks fine to me!” Knowing their reputation, it’s likely.
It's a Life-Style
There are certain shows in the world that are far more than just mere entertainment, they are a way of life, and if you've seen "Parks and Recreation," you'll understand what we're talking about. What a sweet show. So wholesome, so sweet. Like a cookie for the soul. If you need to pick one show to be the thing you do with your life, that is the perfect choice.
Looks like this person has it all figured out. Luckily for them, they have seven seasons to get through, so that'll surely keep them busy for quite some time. Unfortunately for whoever texted them the big existential question, that might be bad news.
When chatting with a significant other, things can get a little spicy, at least that's what one of these two hoped for. Instead, they were met with a literal picture of chili peppers. We're sure that's not what they had in mind.
It got even worse when the flaming "U" was sent in return. Damn, well, this person seems to be barking up the wrong tree. Time to move on, buddy. There will be nothing hot and heavy in that text chain today. Now take a cold shower and maybe clean the living room. Lord knows it's been way too long.
The Broken Record
When you get a certain jam in your head and can't let it go, others around you might suffer. But hey, that's their problem! You just want to focus on that killer track, even if that happens to be for three hours straight. We honestly can't quite fathom loving a song that much.
Playing it on repeat, let's say... five times, is understandable, but going at it for three hours? Then again, who are we to judge? This guy certainly judged, not only the sheer length of time during which this person played the song, but also the actual song itself!
This evil daughter tricked her dad with a little autocorrect adjustment. Apparently, she wasn't too fond of daddy-dearest using the word "kewl" in his texts. Can we blame her? Sigh, boomers. Just stick to your own slang! This genius prank probably left him completely stumped.
Proud of her achievements and wanting to share them with the rest of the world, she then went online and posted this screenshot to Twitter! We wonder if she started a global trend of kids trolling their dads' (or their moms') autocorrect. If so, we can only imagine the hilarious things that came out of it.