What The Fucken Hell Is The Goddamn Point Of This Idiocy?

So some asshole suburban douches decided to “pay it forward” by buying the next customer in line’s drink at a goddamn Starbucks instead of their own? If these fuckers were already in line at the goddamn Starbucks, then presumably they felt that a fucken mocha poopa frappadouchino was within their means. So what kind of bullshitte fakeasse “act of generosity” do these fucken morons think they are engaged in?

You wanna do a goddamn good deed and thereby generate some good karma? Find some poor fucker not already in line at Starbucks with his AmEx card out and who looks a little down on her luck, and buy that poor fucker a goddamn mocha poopa frappadouchino, even though no one bought you one. Jeezus fucke this goddamn shitte chappes my asse! I applaud that motherfucker who told these people to go fucke themselves, and then gave the baristas a huge tippe.


  1. kev says

    They want to believe they are charitable kind of people and this stupid fucking bullshit makes them more secure in their not-substantiated beliefs.

    I think the term is:
    “Self-licensing is a term used in social psychology and marketing to describe the subconscious phenomenon whereby increased confidence and security in one’s self-image or self-concept tends to make that individual worry less about the consequences of subsequent immoral behavior and, therefore, more likely to make immoral choices and act immorally. In simple terms, self-licensing occurs when people allow themselves to indulge after doing something positive first; for example, drinking a diet soda with a cheeseburger can lead one to subconsciously discount the negative attributes of the meal’s high caloric and cholesterol content.
    Self-licensing can have negative societal consequences since it has a permissive effect on problematic behaviors, such as racial prejudice and discrimination, selfishness, poor dietary and health habits, and excessive energy consumption.”


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