Oh the irony

The other day I was watching French television with my dad when an advertisement for an insurance company called Matmut.

Some background information, we are Egyptian and we speak colloquial Arabic at home.

In Arabic Matmut means just die. It’s an insurance company called just die.

That is all.

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He’s not getting the job.

I had a professor who was a ******bag, he would change multiple choice test grades based off his opinion of you and randomly accuse students of cheating. We ended up being at ends with one another but i covered my bases so he could only give me c’s and not out right fail me. When I graduated he told me I needed to change my attitude or I would not make it. Basically that meant I should just take insults to my character and unjust lowering of my grades. I did not and am pretty successful he however was fired. Today he applied for a position at my work and I am part of his interviewing group. Revenge is sweet.

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Europe would do it. They have a LOT of prank shows.

I would love to see a prank show with three identical triplets , where two of them dress as an angel and a devil, and stand behind the third as he tries to make everyday choices in public like ordering something at a coffee shop, just to mess with the cashier.

Triplet 1: “I’ll take a black coffee to go.”

Angel Triplet: “Not a coffee, you’ll be up all night and you need your beauty sleep!”

Devil Triplet: “Get a large, then throw it in her face for making it too hot! Mwuhahaha!”

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