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Most stupidest thing u had to explain to someone
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what is the most stupidest thing you had to explain to someone ?

We all know that there are many dumb people in this world, but there are some who take the cake.....


for example: i had to explain to my friend that just because you use a credit card doesn`t mean your stuff is automaticly paid...i explained that she will have to pay it later lol, she thought it was free money or something...and she was 19 yrs old



and i fixed the grammar problems ok, quit bitching about it, im not perfect, papagolfwhiskey i mean you


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Raindrop15 wrote:


4 example: i had to explain to my friend that just because u use a credit card doesn`t mean ur stuff is automaticly paid...i explained that she will have to pay it later lol, she thought it was free money or something...and she was 19 yrs old




Had to explain the same thing to someone, too.

Except she was only 13 or 14. Your friend must be stupid or something.
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Free money eh? Good one. That doesn't exist.

I had to explain how to watch a youtube video once. lol
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when the pharmacy is locked up with the "CLOSED" signs prompted, it means we're closed.
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CarboKill wrote:


Raindrop15 wrote:


4 example: i had to explain to my friend that just because u use a credit card doesn`t mean ur stuff is automaticly paid...i explained that she will have to pay it later lol, she thought it was free money or something...and she was 19 yrs old




Had to explain the same thing to someone, too.

Except she was only 13 or 14. Your friend must be stupid or something.


yes, she was more of a bimbo

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How to open a bottle, to my college roommate.
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That I don't support the discrimination of homosexuals, to DomFortress. No matter what I say, he keeps twisting the things I say, and refuse to accept it, even when I'm spelling it outright.
So annoying...
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What an MMO is, to my 17 year old sis who plays games a lot.
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The square block does not go into the round hole
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"What's a rollercoaster?"

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was kinda sad actually...she really didnt know. we were like 15 at the time
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Summary of Twilight. My friend started watching from the second movie and she asked me to tell her what's going on in the first one. Took me thirty minutes to tell her what's going on and she still doesn't get it.. Well, I wonder if it's my explanation or Twilight's problem..
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how you spell the word a or letter a the compltly went blank on me
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How to spell the word "definitely". For God's sake...it's the easiest word in the American English dictionary if you break it down and visualize your audience naked. If you have trouble spelling it, bookmark this site:

http://www.d-e-f-i-n-i-t-e-l-y.com/

That should help.

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There are aspects of trucking that should be simple and not defy logic. When a commercial hauler picks up multiple household loads 1 at a time to fill his/her trailer there's a high probability each load must be weighed to determine costs of shipping. Empty weight, which is usually 1 driver with rig on certified scale, is known as TARE. Loaded weight (per shipment) is determined by using same parameters as empty re driver + rig on a certified scale, preferably same scale as before, plus actual weight of items just loaded and is described as GROSS.

Somewhere at a truck stop in Kentucky the gal at the fuel desk couldn't understand why a household good driver wanted 2 different scale tickets stating the same weights. He had gone out earlier in the day to pick up the first load. Before leaving for that pick up he had his truck weighed at this truck stop scale = TARE = first scale ticket. Upon return he got another weight and bought another scale ticket in order to determine actual weight of shipment just loaded which equals GROSS for that first pick up. Since he was going out again to pick up another separate shipment of household goods he was required by government regulation to weigh again to determine the TARE weight for the new shipment. As he was already parked on the scale all that was needed was 2 tickets, 1 GROSS for the first load and 1 TARE for the next load being picked up. The idea was to do 2 separate weighs at once.

Well, the truck stop clerk doing the weighing didn't understand why 2 tickets were needed at once since the driver got his TARE weight earlier in the day. Isn't 1 for GROSS enough? And she refused to weigh him again fearing she would be in violation of some ICC or DOT ruling. Two other drivers and myself tried to explain what the driver was trying to accomplish into terms she would understand. Each of us walked her through the process explaining step by step what needed to be done to determine each shipment weight and gee, by the way, since he's already on the scale and going out to pick up yet another shipment why not weigh the TARE weight so he can go get it?
None of us talked down to her, none of us belittled her during this info-fest. She still refused. She wanted him to drive the extra 30 miles to the next certified scale to get the TARE weight instead of using this one.

We finally got the manager to come downstairs and perform the task. I swear, what does it take short of a swift thwack with a club for someone to comprehend accomplishing 2 tasks at once in 1 fell swoop?!! This incident wasn't unusual. I had 1 scale clerk refuse to weigh me for gross since the tare ticket wasn't purchased from them. Many certified scales aren't open 24/7. I loaded a GBL (gov't bill of lading = military personnel move) late and scale was closed when I got in from base. Since I weighed before pick up I had my TARE weight determined. GBLs are similar to national accounts: no money is collected for shipment once delivered. Billing allowed me the flexibility to get the GROSS weight somewhere else. Again, stupidity does not discriminate and it obeys no boundary. I had to drive another 25 miles to find another certified scale where I could weigh for GROSS and later get these bills figured re what to charge the government for services rendered. This scale master weighed me.
Posted 1/3/12
That "stupidest" isn't a word.
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