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Occupy Wall Street Website Of Tears Becoming More Hilarious

 The stories are getting more ridiculous and pathetic.  Just a little attempt personal responsibility would be nice.  If you crave more of these tales of woe, check out our other post here

Five kids? Five kids?? No shoes??? Is this what they mean by "barefoot and pregnant?"What about baby-daddies? Oh yeah, and how'd you afford that Sharpie, computer and camera?


In all honesty, you are probably still better off than you were in whatever rat hole country from whence you came, no?


So please explain to me HOW exactly that is my problem?


OT - How much them tats set you back? You know, those big ones hiding behind your hair.


From the looks of that well stocked bar behind you, I'd say you are doing pretty damn good.




Whippersnapper, get off the computer and do your homework.


You know, that's exactly what we thought!

Of all the stories, this one breaks my heart........ from laughing so hard.

I would have thought there was big demand for vegan chefs, but until you get a job, I'd go for the ferrets.

Yes, couch surfing is a terrible affliction.

Did you really just post that on the internet?

I thought bartender WAS the career path for Womyn's studies.


  1. Traveler-n-time
    October 21st, 2011 at 22:54 | #1

    The guy in the last picture looks like?

    A younger Moammar Gadhafi?

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  2. pollyanna
    October 21st, 2011 at 23:08 | #2


    I thought that was a woman…

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  3. Traveler-n-time
    October 22nd, 2011 at 15:28 | #3


    You may be correct, BUT I see a very strong resemblance to the recently departed Gadhafi!

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  4. txaggie94
    October 22nd, 2011 at 16:45 | #4

    How much do you think, on average, each of these whack jobs blows on pot every month? My guess is enough to buy food for the ferrets (so that they can be fattened up to make tastier non-Vegan meals), as well as new shoes (Momma needs a new pair!), and garbage service to pick up all their damn patchouli stink clothes.

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  5. Anonymous
    October 24th, 2011 at 15:29 | #5

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  6. scott38
    November 3rd, 2011 at 10:00 | #6

    If you want sympathy from people who actually are working to support themselves then take some responsibility for your actions. If you borrowed a fortune to get a degree in Women’s studies or Vegan culinary arts then you are the reason you are broke. You got degrees in what interested you instead of learning skills that are marketable. It is your job to be a value to the world. It is not the world’s responsibility to find a place for your useless skills. Morons.

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  7. scott38
    November 3rd, 2011 at 10:02 | #7

    Don’t eat the ferrets they are all skin and bones, train them to catch rats instead and eat the rats. Quit spending money on your computer, quit spending money on weed, quit spending money for tattoos, quit spending money on lame degrees. If you can’t make do with one low paying job, get two.

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  8. Sparque
    November 3rd, 2011 at 10:12 | #8

    Let’s see. I graduated college during a recession (17% unemployment in the town where I lived). I ate Ramen noodles and spaghetti and didn’t complain. I didn’t go on food stamps or government assistance even though I qualified. I couldn’t afford and went without alcohol, pets and cable. I was tens of thousands in debt from college but worked hard and over 12 years, eventually paid them off, never complaining about how bad I had it, in fact, I was grateful for the education.

    I must be in the 1% ’cause I am sure as heck not one of the precious little snowflakes who think the world owes me something just for being here.

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  9. SupraMan
    November 3rd, 2011 at 10:47 | #9

    Your term “precious little snowflakes” is a more accurate description of these fools than using the term occupy wall street.

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  10. doc
    November 3rd, 2011 at 13:36 | #10

    Funny, the majors posted seem to trend to traditionally low paying social service/performance arts areas or traditionally no employment ‘victim group grievance studies’ – other than the vegan culinary arts major, of course. Why would anyone epect to get a decent job so as to pay off high loan amounts with such majors?

    I don’t see any engineering majors up there either.

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