A classroom full of stinky rotten tomatoes to the mom who reads to her son in my kid's kindergarten class. The book is in English, and the idea is to read it in English, not your native foreign tongue. I fail to see how this teaches your son how to read in English! One long-stemmed fragrant rose to the lovely young lady who paid my parking fee at Peace Arch Hospital. As an American I will attest to the fact that the people of B.C. seem to be some of the kindest I've ever encountered.
Rotten tomatoes to my neighbour who got a puppy and has left him day and night, all alone in the backyard for the past two years, instead of living in the house with the family. The dog is so lonely he cries, whines and barks, begging for attention, but the man just ignores him. This is what he is teaching his children. There is no 'milk of human kindness' in that family. It's all about power and control.
A train full of red roses to the public for supporting the Fraser Valley Heritage Railway volunteers for all their accomplishments in restoring the Interurban Car 1225 and the rebuilding of the Cloverdale station. Hope you enjoyed your ride from Cloverdale to Sullivan.
Bunches of roses to all the support workers who help families and children in distress. Your constant care and support of my family have helped tremendously. You guys all deserve a pay raise as well as roses. You all rock!
Several bouquets of roses to the folks who run the information tent at the Surrey Urban Farmers' Market for holding onto my iPhone when I left it at a vendor's booth a couple of week's back. It sure saved me a lot of stress - and cash! Roses to everyone at HD Concrete and all the other people who are taking part in the fundraising event Concrete Hero in Vancouver. Thanks for helping to raise money for cancer research.
Rotten tomatoes to the inevitable cold and flu season that always starts up when everyone gets into the back-to-school, back-to-work groove. We're only halfway through September - I can't be getting sick now! Rotten tomatoes to people who can't seem to park within the lines. You must've sucked at elementary school and now that inability to colour within the lines has translated into real world deficiencies. Do everyone a favour and take the bus.
Rotten tomatoes (and maybe some Coke bottle prescription glasses) to people who can't read traffic signs - especially to the guy who cut me off by driving through the northbound right turn lane at 152nd Street and Highway 10. To top it off, he gave me a dirty look! Did that look like a merge lane to you? Rotten tomatoes to cat owners.
Rotten tomatoes to our neighbour's idiot son who keeps squealing out from his parking spot in front of the townhouse in Surrey. I can see he is preparing to paint that piece of crap car. If he continues driving it like that - in a complex full of young kids - then he will have to paint it again after it gets keyed to hell. Just saying.
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