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sidnineonefourtwo

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#1 - Law suite. Must be suites a lawyer can afford to stay in. Soun… 08/20/2016 on carbon monoxide +6
#69 - Hur dur I must love beer because I'm not defending the employe…  [+] (5 new replies) 08/20/2016 on Pet Store Stories 0
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#73 - Tusura (08/20/2016) [-]
I'm only saying that the brand of dog food matters sometimes.

It was in response to your comment
">Thinking it matters what brand of food you get your dog"

You have blown this out of proportion and gotten all defensive and angry about it because someone disagreed with you.
You need to chill out.

I couldn't care less what type of food you get. Yes, the person in the comp was an idiot.
I was simply saying that the food brand matters.
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#75 - sidnineonefourtwo (08/20/2016) [-]
That is not my comment...holy shit guys READ.
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#77 - Tusura (08/20/2016) [-]
regardless of whether it was your comment or not, I was simply saying that dog food choice matters.

Everyone has gotten so up in arms over this simple statement.

FOOD CHOICE MATTERS.
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#78 - sidnineonefourtwo (08/20/2016) [-]
We are discrediting the OP's outrage over such a trivial matter. You read the label, you know what your pet is eating. No excuse. IF this person had purposely gotten a food type that was bad for their pet, just so they can buy alcohol, that's one thing. The fact that the person probably just wanted to watch their budget is another entirely.

All these elitist comments about having to buy the "Better" dog food, will probably confuse someone on here and they may buy their pet the incorrect type of food for it's best health.

PRICE doesn't equal QUALITY! Read the damn label and ingredients!
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#79 - Tusura (08/20/2016) [-]
>>#7,

I know.
I never once defended the OP.
I've never said the expensive food was better.

I simply said FOOD CHOICE MATTERS.

You buy what is needed for your specific pet.
#68 - "Proper" food. Most of that pricey **** is just as b… 08/20/2016 on Pet Store Stories -2
#38 - Asking questions and trying to sell something else is OK. Insu…  [+] (1 new reply) 08/20/2016 on Electronic Sales Associate... +1
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#49 - KBD (08/20/2016) [-]
Idk man, for every 2 that we sold of the first netbook that came out (Compaq CQ10, forever burned in my memories), we got 3 back. It wasn't that big of a loss, really.
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#9 - Haruhi (08/20/2016) [-]
the last scene is a girl in her class got a humongous dick attached to her and fucked her while she was pregnant after she had just done anal with some other guy and so cum was squirting out of her ass like mayo. Then we got to see the fetus as the dick was fucking her pussy
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#16 - So it's funny to run off and insult a customer because you are…  [+] (3 new replies) 08/19/2016 on Electronic Sales Associate... 0
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#22 - KBD (08/19/2016) [-]
You tend to be more blunt to customers when you know they're making a bad purchase for the purpose they're using it for. In this case, sure the commission was the logic behind it, but in my experience those netbooks are 9 times out of 10 returned and claimed to be absolute trash, which they are, because people saw the price tag and went "OOH CHEAP MUST HAVE" instead of properly assessing what it is. You can even try asking them questions to nail the point home, what do you plan on using it for? "Oh, COD." You're not gonna like this laptop, and you'll return it in a week. "Haha, but the price is so good!" Yeah, because it's not high performance. Trust me, I'll see you in a week.

Week later (And some days) returning the laptop. I go up to inspect, look at him in the eyes and grin. See, told you so.

inb4 and everyone clapped
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#38 - sidnineonefourtwo (08/20/2016) [-]
Asking questions and trying to sell something else is OK. Insulting customers and having them walk out without purchasing anything I would think is detrimental to sales in general.
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#49 - KBD (08/20/2016) [-]
Idk man, for every 2 that we sold of the first netbook that came out (Compaq CQ10, forever burned in my memories), we got 3 back. It wasn't that big of a loss, really.
#4 - Wants to spend less on dog food in general. Why does it matter…  [+] (27 new replies) 08/19/2016 on Pet Store Stories +44
#44 - darthan (08/20/2016) [-]
It's more that the guy is sacrificing his animals health and well-being in order to purchase something that is unnecessary. No one would give a shit if they guy mentioned that he had to cut back on dog food so he could afford groceries.

Beer's like 11 bucks for a 6 pack at most. Guys not trying to have a beer once in awhile. He's trying to get enough to get fucked up.

You own an animal, you take care of that animal and feed it right. Otherwise, give the animal up.
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#80 - sidnineonefourtwo (08/21/2016) [-]
I think you might be butt hurt. You're down thumbing comments on all my other posts. Kind of pathetic really.
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#58 - ciacheczko (08/20/2016) [-]
Or... Ooooor - he only has so much cash on himself at the moment, and needs to manage it as efficiently as possible. You know, killing two birds with one stone.
#67 - darthan (08/20/2016) [-]
Which leads, once again, to alcohol being a luxury and not something you need.
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#70 - ciacheczko (08/20/2016) [-]
Most of enjoyable things in your life aren't immediate needs, and you can live without them. So what?

The reality is, you don't know this man. You don't know if maybe it was end of the month and he was trying to feed his dog and grab himself a couple of cold ones for some football match or shit - because why not. You don't know if this particular dog food is the entirely of this dog's diet, or if there are other dog foods in the house - for all you know, this dog might be fed additional, home-cooked meals, which is a great thing provided you know what you should put in it to keep your pet healthy.

The reality is, you're being extremely judgemental towards a person you know nothing about except for the fact that he tried to balance buying beer and dog food during a single shopping trip.

Maybe you should stop, look at yourself, and ask yourself if that's really an okay thing to do.
#71 - darthan (08/20/2016) [-]
You don't know this man either. Here's the deal. If you are getting DOG FOOD, you're generally getting it because you NEED FUCKING DOG FOOD. If you can make your own dog food, then lemme ask you why are you purchasing fucking dog food?

Here's the deal. He's not buying a 6 pack to have a good time, which would be fine. He's limiting the food his dog eats in order to get fucking drunk.

Maybe you should learn something about taking care of a living being other than yourself. Alcohol is not important, and it's a luxury.

If you have to LIMIT dog food in order to purchase something that is NOT vital to survival, then you're not grabbing "a couple of cold ones for some football match" you're trying to get fucked up. If you've ever purchased beer before then you know that it doesn't cost that much for a 6-pack.

Grow up. If you're able to cook dog food by yourself, then you're not gonna go out and buy some garbage. If it's the "end of the month" then why wouldn't you wait until you have more money to spend on beer. It's called priorities, and alcohol is never on top of that list.
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#72 - ciacheczko (08/20/2016) [-]
Wow, why are you so angry and offensive?

Alcohol is cheap af. Calling it a luxury makes me question your living conditions.

Some people mix different types of food for their dogs. It doesn't matter. I simply gave you a handful of different reasons on why being a judgmental prick is not all right, and pointed out that you don't really KNOW every fact, and this you have no right to condemn the man for something he might not even be doing.. But since you ARE a judgmental prick, it all flew right over your head, didn't it?

Maybe he DID wanted to get fucked up. Maybe he had a birthday party ahead. Maybe he takes proper care for his dog, but just this once decided he wants some goddamn beer. There is literally nothing wrong with that. The dog still got the goddamn food, not like he's starving the thing. God, you're such a dumbass.

You see it in black and white. I showed you many grays. You turn away from their sight. Not my problem you are voluntarily short sighted. There's no point in arguing with you, even watching the paint dry is more insightful than this.
#74 - darthan (08/20/2016) [-]
See the world how you want. It's black and white to me.

Also to quote you "Alcohol is cheap af. Calling it a luxury makes me question your living conditions." Considering you don't need alcohol, and it's so cheap, then why are you spending less on dog food so you can afford booze? I know alcohol is cheap you nitwit, I stated that in the first paragraph you decided for whatever reason to start arguing at. I call items you don't need a luxury good, but fine. It's an unnecessary good that should never come between your and your animals well being.

Is that better? Does that make it better for your precious "the world is gray" lifestyle? If you're getting dog food, and you make your own, then why would you even mention you wanna spend less so you can have more cash for booze? Why wouldn't you ask what food would mix best with custom made food for your budget? Probably because you don't mix dog food, considering that's the logical step from A to B.

Now the guy MIGHT have a birthday party, so of coarse he HAS to get drunk. He can't hold off at all, oh no, that's purely illogical apparently. He has to get drunk RIGHT NOW. He's on a budget for dog food, but that beer is totally worth it because he MIGHT not do this all the time apparently.

Wow, my eyes are open! If I justify everything as possibly being an only one time thing, then I can see so much clearly.
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#81 - ciacheczko (08/22/2016) [-]
Everything is a luxury if you look at it this way. You don't need a better version of anything. You can legitimately survive on water, potatoes and onion your entire life. You don't NEED this tasty cheese on your sandwich. You don't NEED this freshly-squeezed fruit juice. You don't NEED whatever snacks you eat. There's goddamn plenty of things you actually don't need, and yet you're still using them.

You also don't NEED to spend your time on a silly site with funny images, you know that? If anything is a luxury, it's having the internet, and the comfort in your life to use it on a daily basis to do nothing of value whatsoever.

So unless you're actually going to resign of all these things just because they are not something you literally need to survive, just shut the fuck up because your point is dumb as fuck.
#82 - darthan (08/22/2016) [-]
Except the difference is I can afford them and I'm not skimping a meal for my animal. There is no "right" situation that you can come up with. This is a literal A to B situation and you're trying to throw in a C portion. The situation goes as Man goes to store worker, asks for cheap dog food, mentions he's purchasing cheap dog food so he can buy alcohol. There is no "Maybe it's his birthday" "maybe he had a bad week" "maybe he mixes it into something else." It's from point A to point B. Stop trying to put a point C in here to justify something that DIDN'T happen.

So let's say I want to get beer and don't have money for it. You know what you do? Use the next paycheck. That's what adults do, because a grown ass man/woman doesn't need something RIGHT NOW because "it's my birthday and I deserve it more than my dog deserves good dog food.

You're twisting the point I'm making and using it out of context. At the POINT you have to take money AWAY from something essential (E.X. Decent Dog Food), in order to fund something that is non essential (E.X. Alcohol) then your priorities are wrong, there is no "gray" area in this. It's incorrect. Now, if you took money away from something essential (E.X. Decent Dog Food) in order to purchase something more essential (E.X. Groceries), then that's a different story.

Plus, it's not like you buy fucking dog food every month. Like, Jesus Christ dude. You think this guy NEEDS booze right now, more so than his dog needs decent food? If he mentioned he was purchasing groceries, that would be a different story. If he would have mentioned he needed gas, that would be a different story.

Your point is the retarded one. Everything you pointed out you DON'T NEED. Yeah, YOU DON'T NEED THE INTERNET. I have it because, guess what, I can AFFORD it you dipshit. I don't have to cut back on anything. I have money to pay for the internet. And guess what else? I have enough money to go out and buy decent food for myself. And you know what else? If I owned a dog, I'd still have money left over to afford decent food for it, without cutting back on the dog for myself.

You know why I can do all that? Because I'm not 10 and I understand the essence of saving something for later. It's called discipline, and saving money so you can get something for later.
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#20 - chimpaflimp (08/20/2016) [-]
No, putting getting pissed over giving your dog proper food makes him scum.
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#68 - sidnineonefourtwo (08/20/2016) [-]
"Proper" food. Most of that pricey shit is just as bad, if not more so for your animals. Don't buy in to the lie that more costly is equal to more nutritional. Read the label and the ingredients if anything. And DON'T listen to sales people. They just want to sell you the most expensive brand 9/10 times.
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#22 - toosexyforyou (08/20/2016) [-]
Is general brand dog food not proper dog food? Fucking retards...
#50 - blancka (08/20/2016) [-]
Replace dog with kid and the point is easier to get
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#51 - toosexyforyou (08/20/2016) [-]
Same deal, you buy generic brand cereal instead of name brand. not a big deal
#53 - blancka (08/20/2016) [-]
When you're buying cheap ass food for the kid instead of actual healthy food so you can go and get pissed, you're not a great parent.

Cheap food will keep you alive, but it won't keep you healthy
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#54 - toosexyforyou (08/20/2016) [-]
We're talking about generic brand cereal to name brand. The equal would be regular veggies instead of organic. Are you fucking retarded?
#56 - blancka (08/20/2016) [-]
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The comparison is far more than that. Cheap dog food is like cheap people food. It's more equivalent to living off ramen and peanutbutter sandwiches instead of veggies at all.
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#61 - ciacheczko (08/20/2016) [-]
Tbh when it comes to pet food, I do the same thing I do with human food: Read the label.

Price is one thing, the actual amount of meat in the stuff you give your dog is another. Sometimes a cheaper brand can actually have better ingredients.
#65 - blancka (08/20/2016) [-]
There's definitely a point to that. The person in question though was buying food specifically because it was cheap though, with no regard to what's actually in it. Expensive absolutely doesn't mean good. I get my dog food from some pet store owners a few towns away that make their own. It's middling as far as pricing goes, but there's a pretty huge difference in the dogs energy levels and mood on better food rather than generic cheaper food. It's not about pricing, you're right, but generally someone buying something just because it has the lowest cost doesn't care much for the nutritional value
#60 - anon (08/20/2016) [-]
But cheap people food is almost always more healthy. Cheap food means oats, rice, eggs, and all of that good shit. If someone spends loads of money on food they're either a gourmet eater, an overeater, or they buy prepackaged shit that costs more for its convenience factor.

If he was so morally opposed to cheaper dogfood, he shouldn't fucking sell it in the first place.
#66 - blancka (08/20/2016) [-]
I think it's less about the cheap dog food, moreso that the person in question was buying the cheapest food just for the sake of getting more alcohol. The cheap food may have been great for all we know, but it's the disregard for what the dog is getting that's the issue people have
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#24 - chimpaflimp (08/20/2016) [-]
It's not very healthy for them, no. It's full of wheat and cereals and often contains more vegetable protein than meat protein. Expensive brands contain things like good meat and rice, which are much better for the dog, reduce the risk of disease and make them live longer. But if you think it's alright to feed animals with nothing but the pet food equivalent of McDonalds i guess it must be OK.

And you call ME the retard.
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#76 - sidnineonefourtwo (08/20/2016) [-]
To be fair you may not be retarded, but holy fuck are you ignorant. I gave you a reason why not to trust price when it comes to the health of your pets. LABEL LABEL LABEL!

Doesn't matter if it's dirt cheap if it's better for your dog. Those expensive additives are gonna do your little buddy a world of good when it's blocked up, or throwing up.
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#25 - toosexyforyou (08/20/2016) [-]
Woah ho ho, god forbid my dog food has more vegetable protein than meat protein like my dog gives a fuck.
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#36 - frankwest (08/20/2016) [-]
Allowing your dog a longer and fuller life is the point, a dog isn't an accessory and it's not capable of figuring out it's own diet so it's in your hands dickwipe
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#27 - chimpaflimp (08/20/2016) [-]
A dog could quite happily eat a bar of soap. Doesn't mean you should let it. A lot of people don't give a fuck about what they eat; that doesn't mean what they're eating is good for them. Dogs are carnivores. They need meat and meat protein. Off-brand pet food is barely food.
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