The Funniest Passive-Aggressive Signs

Sometimes it’s not about what you say. It’s how you say it. There are people whose passive-aggressive signs are so creative, so petty, so next level, you can’t help but respect their words. Even if you’re on the receiving end.

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  1. Doodpants April 26, 2021

    I once worked at a supermarket in which the break room had a sign that said, “Your mother doesn’t work here. Please clean up after yourself.” Funny thing was, my mother DID also work there. I tried to convince her that the sign implied she should clean up after me, but she didn’t buy it. :-)

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  2. Not RC April 26, 2021

    Theologically, I don’t understand the confessional note. Isn’t the point of confessing sin that you understand why you did them? I mean, I get that time is short so the priest doesn’t want to hear excuses, but I would assume the confessional isn’t just a buffet menu of One X = Three Hail Marys; Two Ys = Six Hail Marys and a side of penitent acts.
    Sorry. Just seems a sad misunderstanding of why God wants you to make an account of your actions in the first place, made worse by a priest who hasn’t got time for you.

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  3. Doodpants April 26, 2021

    @Not RC: No, speaking as a former Catholic, the point of confession is just to find out how many of which prayers your sins are worth, so you can recite them to avoid going to hell.

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  4. Anonymous April 26, 2021

    Back in the 90’s, while contracting at a very big company, the sign stating lack of planning on your part does not constitute an emergency on our part was posted in the area where you got your security badge. I could completely envision the type of high maintenance prima donnas this was meant for, but I doubt they would feel any remorse for the attitude.

  5. Tea April 26, 2021

    These are great!

  6. DT April 26, 2021

    The sexist one is ok?

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  7. Anonymous April 27, 2021

    Sexist one? Which one – weight girl, implied wimpy guy, Yelp Guy, old lady garden, or your mother? Are the ones that are ageist, elitist, and/or theologist OK? I guess it’s up to you to decide if you find the statement offensive to yourself or others.

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  8. That's Not Funny! April 27, 2021

    If you can’t find a reason to declare that all of these are sexist, you’re just not trying hard enough.

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  9. Anonymous April 27, 2021

    Regarding short confessions, it’s not a counseling session. If that’s what you need, you make an appointment to talk to a priest outside the confessional. The point is that you don’t hold up a long line of penitents by having a long discussion about your motives. “I got mad at my boyfriend and keyed his car” is fine. “My boyfriend made me mad by flirting with some girl right in front of me, and I’ve always had insecurities because I had a lot of childhood trauma, and I went off my meds for Borderline–and it all just got to me and I keyed his car” is not fine.

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  10. You'll get over it. April 27, 2021

    Oh the sweet, dainty whine of the triggered ones…delicious.

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  11. Chris May 3, 2021

    I read back through to try to find the one someone thought was sexist.
    Ha.
    I’m convinced it’s the one about construction being annoying.
    A Karen saw the word ‘annoying’ and thought it was directed at her. So telling.

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