Is the joke supposed to be their grammar?
@Fes, that could be.
@Fes, I'm assuming its supposed to be mimicking the speech of a person with downes sydrome
@Fes, I’m more bothered with the alignment of always.
I think this gave me an aneurysm
@iateurfood, judging by the picture I think you mean autism.
I hates when I had walk to the drawer, but then I had notice that both socks are disapeared!
Quiet...I think it’s trying to speak to us
This is actually a cyber attack designed to cause brain damage in humans
But why is the one sock missing? Is there a wormhole in my dryer? Did the underpants gnomes branch out for socks? Is my puppy stealing them off the floor and destroying them in the backyard?
@BigJohnson86, the dryer gave you a bonus sock c:
Decent enough observation, atrocious execution.
Wtf is dis?
Something something invisible man something
Did this really need to be said?
How did this make it out of uncut but my post didn't? I got at least 40 upvotes and like 1 downvote.
So I don't notice it missing when it's not missing? Can't argue with that logic
@Reply if you dare, no, if both pair are missing, you wouldn't notice (unless you routinely do an inventory check on your socks). But if only one sock is missing, you notice it.
Just like if you worked at a liquor store, you'd notice if a beer was missing from a case, but you wouldnt notice if the whole case was missing (true story)
@PunnyBaker, I'd notice that I don't have socks to wear or a drunk coworker (also a true story)
Also if you read this in Kevin's voice from the office it kinda makes it funmy