Next week kicks off the start of Blame Others Awareness Week (but you can start right now if you want).
Empower yourself to not be responsible when you don’t quite measure up and desire to place the blame on someone else for things like: not exercising or eating right, not getting up for work, not showering everyday, that STD you caught in college, the cellphone that won’t work (although you didn’t pay the bill), etc, etc..
So you see? The possibilities for blaming others are endless. Any reason to place the blame is acceptable. Just consider this a pass to be total slacker without feeling guilty. Because it’s someone else’s fault.
How to Blame Others Through Twitter
Use the hashtag #BlameOthers, so everyone can clearly see that it’s not your fault (see Exhibit X).
Suggested people and/or things to blame for whatever reason:
- the kids
- your mother-in-law
- the postman
- the alcohol
- your boss
- your lover (who might also be your boss)
- that nagging client
- your slow metabolism
- Obama and/or Bush
- the neighbor’s dog
- the bakery
- your spouse
- your trainer
Important Note: Blame Others Awareness Week is not free. While you can go on and place the blame by leaving a comment, the blame will not be fully activated against the accused until you remit $19.95 (cash only please) to my bank account. Oh, but a $5 service charge will also be added for the processing of your comment. I blame the economy for that.