Sunday, November 15, 2009

Wash your hands moron

If the world is being dumbed down to mass retardation, seriously, do I have to participate? Do I have to be on the list of people that need to be called on a "sleep in" Saturday morning to be reminded I need a prescription filled? I can tell the bottle is almost empty, any moron can tell when a bottle is almost empty. Gah! Do I really need to be reminded I need to make an eye appointment? I know when I can't see.
And don't get me started on the "swine flu" procedures. It's been drilled into my head since birth to wash my hands. But for some reason the world is compelled to remind me with every turn I make to wash my hands. Signs, signs everywhere signs.
Society, we weren't born yesterday, most of us, can we be treated like we have functioning brain cells? Like adults, perhaps?
Okay, I'm glad I got that off my chest. Now I have to go find my car keys.

7 comments:

Babs-beetle said...

From what I've witnessed, a lot of women could do with signs hanging round their neck to tell them to wash their hands after using a public toilet! I am always astounded at the total lack of normal hygiene.

ReformingGeek said...

But please remember to wash your hands after you search for your keys.

I don't think the hand-washing advice will get through to the folks that really need it. ;-)

Leeuna said...

Yeah, I hate being treated like a simpleton. They keep trying to throw us under the short bus.

Hope you find your car keys...and remember to wash your hands...

MA Fat Woman said...

Don't your keys come with the instructions to insert into ignition and then turn clockwise...

Relax Max said...

And don't touch money. Imagine the places it has been to get to you. :)

Unfinished Rambler said...

What I hate even more is being "reminded" to poke people on Facebook. That's the worse. I don't need to be reminded. I just naturally harass people on Facebook...by the way, you spend too much time there. Need more blog posts here. :)

Candice said...

In my line of work, I'm led to believe that we are, indeed, living in a world of mass retardation.

You and I are just an exception to the rule. ;)