It really doesn’t seem like a big deal not to say “bless you” after someone has sneezed, but just think. All it takes is to say two simple words, and you could end up making someone’s day.
They think no one is paying any attention to them, they sneeze, and then there you are with the well-wishes. The boyfriend in this story seems to think it’s the right thing to do, even if his girl does think he’s being dramatic. Hey, both can be right. The look over the shoulder seals this short interaction as hilarious.
It's true. Facebook Marketplace is something that everybody should experience at least once in their life. Whether you're selling or buying something, you might be surprised to find that there are a lot of weird people out there, and they're all on Facebook.
One good example is this guy, who refuses to read the words that are in front of him, telling him the TV is no longer available and then blames Blue for wasting his time. He even bumped up the price a little bit to try and sway the seller who, we remind you, still did not have the TV anymore.
He's Trying Really Hard
Cole here seems dedicated to getting his significant other/crush in the mood for a little bit of flirting over the phone, but Green isn't having anything to do with it. She's in bed enjoying a nice bowl of cereal, and nothing is going to stop her from doing so, even if Cole appeared and the cereal disappeared.
She's her own lady, which means she knows how to get a snack no matter what the situation is. Sounds like some good cereal. The kind that is barely even cereal – it's just a sugar transportation device. Cookie Crisp or Lucky Charms or something like that.
Where's My Ice Cream, Jenny
Jenny ate some ice cream. That's not a surprising statement – Jennys love ice cream. In fact, Jennys aren't special. Lots of people love ice cream. Even cats love ice cream. This shouldn't come as too much of a surprise, since cats like milk, and ice cream is really just fancy frozen milk.
This conversation has Jenny agog that there is this much consternation about her eating some ice cream, even if it was usually meant for a cat. The picture is the perfect finishing touch. As an aside, don't give cats too much ice cream. Most cats are lactose intolerant.
There's Just Too Many Daves
Don't get your Daves mixed up, people. It can lead to some pretty embarrassing interactions with someone you haven't spoken to for several years. You could also give people more than just a first name when you add them as a contact on your phone, that's another option. Or at least give them an epithet, such as “Dave (driving instructor).”
That would help you to avoid these issues a lot. Then again, there are so many Daves out there it's always going to be hard to keep them all straight. At least they aren't as bad as Joshes. A dime a dozen, those Joshes.