Roses and Rotten Tomatoes (May 21, 2015)

ROSES

  • A dozen full of roses go out to the wonderful market for having the best meat and cookoffs ever! I hope you stay in Fleetwood forever!

  • A bouquet of red roses to the nice woman with a beautiful smile who was driving a manual car and who let me jump in the lane on Victoria Day at the border crossing. Thank you – my kids were with me.

  • A truck full of roses to Whistler Blackcomb for totally banning pot smoking at their resort. It is about time that they got rid of the stoners up there. Surrey Mayor Linda Hepner should also take notice. And to all you addicted big-mouthed stoners out there crying the blues all the time, too bad. It is illegal in the first place and should be banned like tobacco in most places.

  • Roses to people who have respect and care for one another. We need to see more of that in today’s world.

  • Roses to the good people in my life. Thanks for being there for me. I love all of you guys.

  • Roses to people whom I have hurt in the past. I’m sorry.

  • Beautiful red roses to our two children who are growing up into wonderful young people. We are proud of both of you for how hard you work at school and in your sports and for how you treat others with respect and dignity. We love you!

ROTTEN TOMATOES

  • Dog fur
    Is this OK?

    Rotten tomatoes to the incredibly obnoxious dog owner who brushed his two dogs in Hillcrest park, leaving mountains of fluffy white dog fur in the middle of the field, where kids play soccer and baseball. When I approached you about it, you said it wasn’t your problem and that the wind would blow it all away. You told me you were a visitor. You have no respect for the residents of our area, nor for the kids who play here, especially the ones who may be allergic to dog fur. By the way, I returned with a plastic bag and picked up all the fur.

  • Rotten tomatoes to the disability specialist who was cold and rude when asking me too many personal questions and being very discouraging. Why are you even a specialist in the first place? If you hate your job so much, quit instead of taking it out on other people.

  • Rotten tomatoes to the couple who were making out on the 502 bus. You know buses are not meant for kissing places. If you have the need for that, go do it in a private place. It’s inconsiderate and disrespectful to other transit users.

  • Rotten tomatoes to the jerk who stole my mom’s flower pot full of flowers on Mother’s Day. Due to this, my mom was really sad on a day that my sister and I were trying to enjoy with her. You should be ashamed of yourself.

  • Rotten tomatoes to people who show no responsibility for their actions. The truth may hurt but it will set you free.

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