Stickers, stickers, everywhere. For those of you that have emailed, your packs of stickers will go out Friday.
Also, remember that the contest is still ongoing! Send us your address to join the nolongerhuman Cockroach Corp Street Team and we’ll send you free stickers! Then, post the stickers in the most interesting place you can find, and whoever has a photo of the new stickers in the most interesting place will win a free t-shirt. 🙂
Photos will also be featured in an album on the nolongerhuman Facebook page, as well as the Photos section of the new website!
Click here for more information, as well as to add yourself the mailing list to stay up-to-date on the contest and other freebies. 🙂 http://www.cockroachcorp.com/home.html
If you are going to consistently and only use Facebook to complain about the banality of life, at least inject some humor into your post, otherwise you sound like a whiny entitled shithead, not a witty, world weary intellectual as you may think. Trust me, you do.
Secondly, if you are going to quote a poet, author, or song lyric, cite your source. It’s tacky otherwise, and half the comments will be asking you how you managed to write something so deep. Also, quit quoting things you haven’t read and just like the quote without knowing the context. It makes you sound stupid. Really, really, stupid. More of you have quoted historical people that I know for a fact you hate without knowing it based on lack of research than you can imagine. Think first. Type second.
Thirdly, the fastest way to look like a blithering idiot is to attempt something deep and meaningful and then spell it wrong, completely misuse the words, or otherwise mangle the English language, you don’t really need to attempt to be deep on Facebook anyway. This isn’t a college literary arts class, no one thinks you are profound, and if they do, they are less profound than you, which would make them a terrible judge of profundity.
Just a daily note because sadly, with all the eye rolling over here as I scroll through my feed, I fear for my vision as much as my sanity.