Found December 29, 2011 on The Hot Glove:


I think this is exactly what Darwin had in mind when he came up with the theory of Evolution. Some caveman created fire. The Romans made democracy. Thomas Edison invented electricity. Karl Benz invented the car. And we humiliate our children and post it on youtube for the whole world to see. Progress, *******.

PS
Why was the girl crying? Sure being a Cubs game sucks because they lose all the time but its has its perks. Like you don’t have to actually watch the game, you can get as drunk as you want, and you don’t have to be ugly and gross.

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