Issues with Rage

oh man, some people really need to not sell things door to door

5 comments to “Issues with Rage”

  1. Joy Roach
    January 12th, 2009 at 11:08 am · Link

    That’s so disgusting but I can’t stop laughing.

    I think we all got the take away message. Don’t poop on people’s porches. LMAO

  2. azteclady
    January 12th, 2009 at 11:16 am · Link

    You know, I’m wondering if the lady who rang the bell really really needed to use the bathroom to begin with, and was so desperate or ill it overcame any and all inhibitions.

    Or, of course, it could have been simple anger.

  3. Leah Braemel
    January 12th, 2009 at 11:43 am · Link

    I was thinking along the lines of azteclady, but then if it was THAT much of an emergency, couldn’t she at least have gone in the garden as opposed to actually on the porch?

    And Lauren, you make me feel a lot better about myself to find out I’m not the only one (or only family) who doesn’t go rushing for the door whenever the doorbell rings (or telephone rings for that matter.) I’m fed up with all the companies that suck kids into selling chocolate or flowers in the guise of a fake charity.

  4. Christine
    January 12th, 2009 at 11:55 am · Link

    I have stopped answering the phone and now I let the machine pick it up. So I know when it’s really for me and not just a solicitor or telemarketer. I’m sick of them especially when they call 8:00 am on a Saturday.

    Poppong on the porch. I would say you need a drink or something.

  5. Karin
    January 12th, 2009 at 2:35 pm · Link

    It just blows my mind that someone would do that. I can’t picture anyone I know even thinking about doing that. I’m not home alone very often, but when I am, I don’t generally answer the door unless I know the person and I don’t answer the home phone. I let it go to the answering machine and only pick up if it’s a family member or friend calling for me specifically.