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September 4, 2017

Alright, millennials, what are we ruining this week?

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DragonPick 3 days ago#1
We took out Applebees, dinner dates, and beer, and I missed the last meeting, my bad. I'm ruining meetings.

Oh, I know we're supposed to ruin bow ties next week, but I have a thing coming up and I bought this really nice tie, so can we hold off on that?
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Yaridovich 3 days ago#2
I'm eating exclusively at Applebee's from now on f*** off millennials
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Sir Will 3 days ago#3
Nope, sorry. When Matt Smith left he took bowties with him.
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Mernardi 3 days ago#4
I think we were going to ruin malls next.
Chaos is a ladder
gafemaqs 3 days ago#5
Applebees, beer, and lots of the other stuff on that list suck anyway
VectorChaos 3 days ago#6
Ruin the carving messages into potatoes and mailing them to people industry.

It will bring civilization to it's knees.
Blue_Dream87 3 days ago#7
RedWhiteBlue 3 days ago#8
Online dating next, it's a toxic s***hole for the best of the best.
davyheinz 3 days ago#9
Probably sex. It's a tad extreme, but it is pretty much on the table after eating the booty.
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Mernardi 3 days ago#10
Blue_Dream87 posted...
Napkins

Theyre inferior paper towels.

So f***ing true
Chaos is a ladder
itachi15243 3 days ago#11
Mernardi posted...
I think we were going to ruin malls next.


This is the memo I got
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WaterLink 3 days ago#13
Cotton

Hemp is coming back in a big way
No one sings like you anymore
They've been trying to remove Religion in sports... but only if it's Christianity.

Maybe they will get back to that since Football season is back.
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PrettyBoyFloyd posted...
They've been trying to remove Religion in sports... but only if it's Christianity.

Maybe they will get back to that since Football season is back.

Religion has no place in sports.
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UrCa1988 3 days ago#17
The legume industry.
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DragonPick 3 days ago#18
Mernardi posted...
I think we were going to ruin malls next.

Blue_Dream87 posted...
Napkins

Theyre inferior paper towels.


Ah, these aren't bad. I'll get to work setting up on that

VectorChaos posted...
Ruin the carving messages into potatoes and mailing them to people industry.

It will bring civilization to it's knees.


This is a little dark man, we're not trying to ruin the entire world here
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Having kids. That's the next thing we can ruin.
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SSJ-AshKetchum posted...
PrettyBoyFloyd posted...
They've been trying to remove Religion in sports... but only if it's Christianity.

Maybe they will get back to that since Football season is back.

Religion has no place in sports.

Neither does social politics.

But SJWs don't seem to mind it.
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Lightsasori 3 days ago#21
Voicemail, you don't know how many times I try to voice mail some of my friends and most of the time it ends with a "sorry voicemail is full".
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Butterfiles 3 days ago#22
Lightsasori posted...
Voicemail, you don't know how many times I try to voice mail some of my friends and most of the time it ends with a "sorry voicemail is full".

I think phone calls in general if we haven't already killed that
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WaterLink 3 days ago#24
Are landlines dead yet?
No one sings like you anymore
Mernardi 3 days ago#25
WaterLink posted...
Are landlines dead yet?

Just about
Chaos is a ladder
Sativa_Rose 3 days ago#26
hardware stores
I may not go down in history, but I will go down on your sister.
Is donald trump's penis already ruined? If not, that.
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Paperweights, dear boy! Muhahahaha!!
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Who actually buys napkins? Restaurants, delis, coffee shops gives you tons of them.
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Materus 3 days ago#30
Ruin the concept of ruining things
ResidentECVX posted...
Who actually buys napkins? Restaurants, delis, coffee shops gives you tons of them.


This is a good point. I semi-consciously hoarde them.
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how did we ruin beer
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davyheinz 3 days ago#33
Literally just got in my car and the guy was talking about door bells being shunned by millennials.
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davyheinz posted...
Literally just got in my car and the guy was talking about door bells being shunned by millennials.


There was a random guy just already in your car? o_O
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Mernardi 3 days ago#35
ImTheMacheteGuy posted...
davyheinz posted...
Literally just got in my car and the guy was talking about door bells being shunned by millennials.


There was a random guy just already in your car? o_O

Millennials ruining the "random guy in cars" business smfh
Chaos is a ladder
WaterLink 3 days ago#36
stoltenberg11 posted...
how did we ruin beer

Because we don't consume that mass produced piss water as much unless we're supplying a whole party or something.
No one sings like you anymore
Robin_Dude 3 days ago#37
I heard we're ruining Buffalo Wild Wings too
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averagejoel 3 days ago#38
MrStabbath 3 days ago#39
Bar soap, apparently.
We need to double down our efforts on this one. Bar soap must die.
WaterLink 3 days ago#40
MrStabbath posted...
Bar soap, apparently.
We need to double down our efforts on this one. Bar soap must die.

No, we need to raid the liposuction clinics and make our own bar soap and sell people their fatasses back to them
No one sings like you anymore
ImTheMacheteGuy posted...
davyheinz posted...
Literally just got in my car and the guy was talking about door bells being shunned by millennials.


There was a random guy just already in your car? o_O

Uber maybe?
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KILBOTz 3 days ago#42
I think it is time for wonderbread to die. We can say its about nutrition or some s*** and people can eat start talking about how they can make their bread for a fraction of the cost with a bread maker. Add in some love for artisan loaves too.
davyheinz 3 days ago#43
KStateKing17 posted...
ImTheMacheteGuy posted...
davyheinz posted...
Literally just got in my car and the guy was talking about door bells being shunned by millennials.


There was a random guy just already in your car? o_O

Uber maybe?

Nope, he f***ing lives inside the radio!
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Robin_Dude posted...
I heard we're ruining Buffalo Wild Wings too

This too? Damn lol we suck huh. I tried to go to hooters last Saturday forgetting about the dumb fight, and when we went in they wanted $50 per chair so we said lolnope and left. I'm thinking at least part of the blame falls on to the places themselves ya know
You're such a boring characterless entity. Try getting laid once in a while and maybe you'll have friends and find out what a "joke" is. - derrate
Axiom 3 days ago#45
stoltenberg11 posted...
Robin_Dude posted...
I heard we're ruining Buffalo Wild Wings too

This too? Damn lol we suck huh. I tried to go to hooters last Saturday forgetting about the dumb fight, and when we went in they wanted $50 per chair so we said lolnope and left. I'm thinking at least part of the blame falls on to the places themselves ya know

Honestly anytime I see Millenials are ruining restaurant it's always a really s***ty one that has terrible food anyway
KILBOTz 3 days ago#46
davyheinz posted...
Literally just got in my car and the guy was talking about door bells being shunned by millennials.


I have a door bell (3 actually, 1 exterior front door, 1 interior front door [i have some strange entry way], 1 back door).

The door bell causes me to look at my security camera to see who is there. I never answer the door because of the doorbell but it does serve a purpose for me.
davyheinz posted...
KStateKing17 posted...
ImTheMacheteGuy posted...
davyheinz posted...
Literally just got in my car and the guy was talking about door bells being shunned by millennials.


There was a random guy just already in your car? o_O

Uber maybe?

Nope, he f***ing lives inside the radio!

Oh duh XD are we also killing radios and music in general?
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Mernardi 3 days ago#48
Millennials are killing killing industries
Chaos is a ladder
The US constitution will be rewritten next
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DragonPick 3 days ago#50
Here's an update on our progress
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    Mernardi 3 days ago#51
    I see we have yet to kill the wine cork. 

    You know what to do
    Chaos is a ladder
    Mernardi posted...
    I think we were going to ruin malls next.

    We already did, homie.
    Robin_Dude 3 days ago#53
    I say we kill the radio star next
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    davyheinz 3 days ago#54
    Robin_Dude posted...
    I say we kill the radio star next

    That wasn't millenials.
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    I second the having kids one, and paperweights sounds pretty doable within our timeframe.

    I was working on a concept for ruining CDs but those have actually been out for a long time, so this is a tough one.

    What about something hard-hitting like Hershey bars or Coca-Cola?
    What if you're PVP'ing and your opponent has the same outfit as you?! HOW EMBARASSING!
    What is this business with millennials ruining things? I don't get it?
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    Axiom 3 days ago#58
    LightningAce11 posted...
    What is this business with millennials ruining things? I don't get it?

    It's rather odd considering that's what every generation has been doing since the beginning
    Can we ruin microtransactions and f2p garbage pls
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    Lightsasori 3 days ago#60
    DarthAragorn posted...
    Can we ruin microtransactions and f2p garbage pls


    That's unfortunately something we're embracing sadly (as well as Gen Z). Well mostly casuals.
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    Paper_Okami 3 days ago#61
    Capitalism
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    joe40001 3 days ago#62
    What's wrong with applebee's?
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    Mernardi 3 days ago#63
    joe40001 posted...
    What's wrong with applebee's?

    @Romulox28
    Chaos is a ladder
    Romulox28 3 days ago#64
    Applebees is more than just a restaurant, it is an experience.

    When you step through the door of the restaurant your first time, you are transported into a world unlike any other. The low light of the restaurant casts shadows on the knick-knacks adorning the walls, and the translucent hum of the various screens through the restaurant create a sort of ethereal presence in the restaurant.

    Right off the bat, you know you are in for a dining experience like no other.

    "Welcome to Applebees!" a cheerful host says to you. "How many are in your party?" You hold up two fingers. "Right this way!" She responds. As you walk to your table, you wonder how she can deal with so many customers, yet remain so chipper, but shrug it off as another wonderful mystery caused by the splendor of Applebees.

    The waitress takes your drink order and for a moment, your head is spinning. Do you want a soda? Do you want iced tea? You look at the drink menu and you see a litany of alcoholic beverages you have only dreamed about - Bud Light, Coors Light, Miller Light...

    The waitress offers a helpful suggestion of an Oreo Shake, and you say that sounds great. She asks if you'd like a round of water for the table as well. You smile. This is the kind of attention to detail that you expect from Michelin Star rated restaurants, not a Neighborhood Bar & Grill!

    As the waitress goes to fetch your shake, you peruse the menu. The pages are jam-packed with the names of delicacies that you can only imagine. Fiesta Lime Chicken? Shrimp N' Parmesan Sirloin? You shift in your seat; you suddenly feel very self-aware that you do not belong in this restaurant. Your palatte does not feel sophisticated enough for these cuisines, and you worry that you will not do these delicacies justice when you enjoy them.

    Just at this moment, the waitress comes to your table and all your fears are dissuaded. You order the Chicken Tenders Platter (a local favorite). You take a sip from your Oreo Shake and breath a sigh of relief as liquified Oreos slide down your throat. You lean back in your booth and relax.

    Suddenly, you hear a chorus of heavenly voices rise from behind you. You turn around to see all of the Applebees wait staff coming towards you, singing and clapping their hands. "Happy happy birthday, from Applebees to you," they cheer. "We wish it was our birthday, so we could party too, hey!" 

    As soon as they arrived, the employees scatter, leaving you to dwell on the beauty of it all; the fact that Applebees treats you with such precise, special attention, the five-star cuisine, the exotic decor, and the fact that the wait staff is so eager to share in your special moments with you.
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    joe40001 3 days ago#65
    Romulox28 posted...
    Applebees is more than just a restaurant, it is an experience.

    When you step through the door of the restaurant your first time, you are transported into a world unlike any other. The low light of the restaurant casts shadows on the knick-knacks adorning the walls, and the translucent hum of the various screens through the restaurant create a sort of ethereal presence in the restaurant.

    Right off the bat, you know you are in for a dining experience like no other.

    "Welcome to Applebees!" a cheerful host says to you. "How many are in your party?" You hold up two fingers. "Right this way!" She responds. As you walk to your table, you wonder how she can deal with so many customers, yet remain so chipper, but shrug it off as another wonderful mystery caused by the splendor of Applebees.

    The waitress takes your drink order and for a moment, your head is spinning. Do you want a soda? Do you want iced tea? You look at the drink menu and you see a litany of alcoholic beverages you have only dreamed about - Bud Light, Coors Light, Miller Light...

    The waitress offers a helpful suggestion of an Oreo Shake, and you say that sounds great. She asks if you'd like a round of water for the table as well. You smile. This is the kind of attention to detail that you expect from Michelin Star rated restaurants, not a Neighborhood Bar & Grill!

    As the waitress goes to fetch your shake, you peruse the menu. The pages are jam-packed with the names of delicacies that you can only imagine. Fiesta Lime Chicken? Shrimp N' Parmesan Sirloin? You shift in your seat; you suddenly feel very self-aware that you do not belong in this restaurant. Your palatte does not feel sophisticated enough for these cuisines, and you worry that you will not do these delicacies justice when you enjoy them.

    Just at this moment, the waitress comes to your table and all your fears are dissuaded. You order the Chicken Tenders Platter (a local favorite). You take a sip from your Oreo Shake and breath a sigh of relief as liquified Oreos slide down your throat. You lean back in your booth and relax.

    Suddenly, you hear a chorus of heavenly voices rise from behind you. You turn around to see all of the Applebees wait staff coming towards you, singing and clapping their hands. "Happy happy birthday, from Applebees to you," they cheer. "We wish it was our birthday, so we could party too, hey!" 

    As soon as they arrived, the employees scatter, leaving you to dwell on the beauty of it all; the fact that Applebees treats you with such precise, special attention, the five-star cuisine, the exotic decor, and the fact that the wait staff is so eager to share in your special moments with you.


    This is great

    Did you create this?
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    Axiom 3 days ago#66
    Lmao wtf did I just read

    Applebees only has one good thing and that's their blondie. Everything else is garbage. I actually experienced that birthday bulls*** after someone I was with mentioned it was theirs offhandedly. I screamed in my head "NOOOOOOO"
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    Lightsasori 3 days ago#67
    That copy and pasta is great lol
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    Romulox28 3 days ago#68
    joe40001 posted...
    Romulox28 posted...
    Applebees is more than just a restaurant, it is an experience.

    When you step through the door of the restaurant your first time, you are transported into a world unlike any other. The low light of the restaurant casts shadows on the knick-knacks adorning the walls, and the translucent hum of the various screens through the restaurant create a sort of ethereal presence in the restaurant.

    Right off the bat, you know you are in for a dining experience like no other.

    "Welcome to Applebees!" a cheerful host says to you. "How many are in your party?" You hold up two fingers. "Right this way!" She responds. As you walk to your table, you wonder how she can deal with so many customers, yet remain so chipper, but shrug it off as another wonderful mystery caused by the splendor of Applebees.

    The waitress takes your drink order and for a moment, your head is spinning. Do you want a soda? Do you want iced tea? You look at the drink menu and you see a litany of alcoholic beverages you have only dreamed about - Bud Light, Coors Light, Miller Light...

    The waitress offers a helpful suggestion of an Oreo Shake, and you say that sounds great. She asks if you'd like a round of water for the table as well. You smile. This is the kind of attention to detail that you expect from Michelin Star rated restaurants, not a Neighborhood Bar & Grill!

    As the waitress goes to fetch your shake, you peruse the menu. The pages are jam-packed with the names of delicacies that you can only imagine. Fiesta Lime Chicken? Shrimp N' Parmesan Sirloin? You shift in your seat; you suddenly feel very self-aware that you do not belong in this restaurant. Your palatte does not feel sophisticated enough for these cuisines, and you worry that you will not do these delicacies justice when you enjoy them.

    Just at this moment, the waitress comes to your table and all your fears are dissuaded. You order the Chicken Tenders Platter (a local favorite). You take a sip from your Oreo Shake and breath a sigh of relief as liquified Oreos slide down your throat. You lean back in your booth and relax.

    Suddenly, you hear a chorus of heavenly voices rise from behind you. You turn around to see all of the Applebees wait staff coming towards you, singing and clapping their hands. "Happy happy birthday, from Applebees to you," they cheer. "We wish it was our birthday, so we could party too, hey!" 

    As soon as they arrived, the employees scatter, leaving you to dwell on the beauty of it all; the fact that Applebees treats you with such precise, special attention, the five-star cuisine, the exotic decor, and the fact that the wait staff is so eager to share in your special moments with you.


    This is great

    Did you create this?

    Yes
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    DevsBro 3 days ago#69
    I'm ruining meetings.

    I second that motion.
    joe40001 3 days ago#70
    Romulox28 posted...
    joe40001 posted...
    Romulox28 posted...
    Applebees is more than just a restaurant, it is an experience.

    When you step through the door of the restaurant your first time, you are transported into a world unlike any other. The low light of the restaurant casts shadows on the knick-knacks adorning the walls, and the translucent hum of the various screens through the restaurant create a sort of ethereal presence in the restaurant.

    Right off the bat, you know you are in for a dining experience like no other.

    "Welcome to Applebees!" a cheerful host says to you. "How many are in your party?" You hold up two fingers. "Right this way!" She responds. As you walk to your table, you wonder how she can deal with so many customers, yet remain so chipper, but shrug it off as another wonderful mystery caused by the splendor of Applebees.

    The waitress takes your drink order and for a moment, your head is spinning. Do you want a soda? Do you want iced tea? You look at the drink menu and you see a litany of alcoholic beverages you have only dreamed about - Bud Light, Coors Light, Miller Light...

    The waitress offers a helpful suggestion of an Oreo Shake, and you say that sounds great. She asks if you'd like a round of water for the table as well. You smile. This is the kind of attention to detail that you expect from Michelin Star rated restaurants, not a Neighborhood Bar & Grill!

    As the waitress goes to fetch your shake, you peruse the menu. The pages are jam-packed with the names of delicacies that you can only imagine. Fiesta Lime Chicken? Shrimp N' Parmesan Sirloin? You shift in your seat; you suddenly feel very self-aware that you do not belong in this restaurant. Your palatte does not feel sophisticated enough for these cuisines, and you worry that you will not do these delicacies justice when you enjoy them.

    Just at this moment, the waitress comes to your table and all your fears are dissuaded. You order the Chicken Tenders Platter (a local favorite). You take a sip from your Oreo Shake and breath a sigh of relief as liquified Oreos slide down your throat. You lean back in your booth and relax.

    Suddenly, you hear a chorus of heavenly voices rise from behind you. You turn around to see all of the Applebees wait staff coming towards you, singing and clapping their hands. "Happy happy birthday, from Applebees to you," they cheer. "We wish it was our birthday, so we could party too, hey!" 

    As soon as they arrived, the employees scatter, leaving you to dwell on the beauty of it all; the fact that Applebees treats you with such precise, special attention, the five-star cuisine, the exotic decor, and the fact that the wait staff is so eager to share in your special moments with you.


    This is great

    Did you create this?

    Yes


    Can I make a dramatic reading of this?
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    Robin_Dude 3 days ago#71
    My life is approximately 16% better for having read that masterpiece.
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    joe40001 1 day ago#72
    bu mp
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