Homelessness was invented in the 1950's by the American Government as a ploy to get more of the taxpayers money without asking for tax. Homeless people may look real but they are actually government robots designed to look pathetic and smell funky. Below are examples of robotic homeless people and their annoying ways.
- 1 "This is for food, not for drugs."
- 2 "No! Please. I don't need my windshield washed. Here - take this. Now go away."
- 3 "Is it just me or does it smell like pee?"
- 4 "Get out my store! We don't want you here! Get out! No money, no good!"
- 5 "Vietnam vet my ass."
- 6 Food
- 7 Why They are Important
- 8 See also
"This is for food, not for drugs."
Like most people of the modern world, homeless people ain't got no money. But what separates the homeless from the common broke ass mother fucker is the fact that many of these vagrants have no place to live, whereas I live in Connecticut and have a six-bedroom house. But that don't mean I got money. I haven't paid my taxes in four goddamn years and they came and took my car away this afternoon. Shit, I'm broke!
"No! Please. I don't need my windshield washed. Here - take this. Now go away."
When I see homeless people on the street, I just want to spit on them and kick them in the face. Mommy says it was a mistake bringing those people here to work for us. I hate homeless people.
"Is it just me or does it smell like pee?"
Most homeless people live on the streets. You can often find them selling themselves to passersby, turning tricks in order to score more cash for their addictions to aluminum. Aluminum is a valuable drug and many homeless people get into fights over scoring the pure shit. It can be quite costly, some homeless being charged as much as a dumpster dive, but the payoff is sweet. Most get a strong high from metal, while others can make 5 cents in California, 10 cents in Maine.
"Get out my store! We don't want you here! Get out! No money, no good!"
When not busy cluttering up the sidewalk with their sleeping selves, homeless
people robots can be found working as meteorologists for the local news stations. You can often see them walking around, apparently aimless, with their hands out and asking for change in atmospheric conditions. It is believed that this practice of measuring changes in barometric pressure is something that homeless people brought from their dark lands where they make the Nikes.
"Vietnam vet my ass."
Programs to help the homeless have popped up all over America. In Florida, for instance, a new welfare-based initiative has been enacted whereby passersby can freely beat the living shit out of homeless people, causing the bums to run/keeping them moving and thus helping them to stay warm.
Because of these annoying issues and the Trojan Worm Virus, the government in New Orleans, the Louisiana government, along with FEMA, helped to start Operation Clean Sweep, or "Whitewash" for short. The idea behind OCS was to help rid the streets of "homeless people" by washing them away and down the drain, much like rice in a sink. Overzealousness led to rampant improvements in the city, many noting that not only were there no "homeless people" on the streets, but the people they are related to have seemingly disappeared as well. However the government is currently thinking up new ways to subliminally collect extra money.
It is believed that the homeless take change and turn it into nourishment. If they are deprived of change, they will slowly die, and if you had given them change, they will automatically forget that you gave them any and ask you for more. They only want more and can't live without it.
Why They are Important
Homeless people are a very important part of our American society. Without homeless people, many children would be left without a costume idea on Halloween and large pharmaceutical companies would have no one to test their new medicine on. Also, there would be no one to sit on the sidewalk and beg people for change or die of heroin overdoses. Homeless people are also an extremely important part of the environment and ecosystem. When a homeless person dies, his or her nutrients are released back into the soil...or the sidewalk, depending. Without homeless people, we would have a loss of culture and people with gingivitis. We need them like they need a nice, long shower, clean underwear, and a new wristwatch.