E-commerce company Amazon has certainly taken a lot of criticism over the last few years due to its reported toxic work culture, anti-competitive behavior, and general behind-the-scenes drama. So it’s no surprise that there have been plenty of protests surrounding this organization.
On the flip side, many people are in an uproar about the constant deforestation efforts happening in the original Amazon region, which is located in South America. So this lady managed to make two points with the same term and one killer sign. We hate to use this pun, but we think her creative skills are absolutely on fire here.
Guess It Doesn't Grow on Trees
So, one, what was the point of this outfit and sign combination? Did he just do it for a laugh? He made a sign that asks if he's made of money and then covers himself in money. That doesn't really prove a point, my man. In fact, it kind of makes any point you were trying to prove pointless.
Is that real money he's covered himself with? It sure looks like it. We can see bills from multiple different countries, which raises yet another question – is he actually protesting something? Something about money or banks? We'll never know. The guy behind him seems to be enjoying the joke, but more likely, he just snagged himself a tenner.
Don't Get Grandma Mad at You
Grandmothers know what it takes to get through life. They provided for themselves, their family, and their family's family, which means even in the most unassuming white-haired gal, there is some iron lying underneath. This grandma certainly isn't giving up.
Though from the construction of the sign, the crowd behind her, and the face she's pulling, it looks more like she isn't about to give up trying to get tickets to One Direction rather than pushing for social change. One big question remains: just what does she mean by nasty? This word can have all sorts of connotations at the end of the day.
Shouldn't We Have It by Now?
Time travel is not the easiest thing to develop. If someone asked you how you would sunder the bonds of time and step into the past – or the future – do you have any idea how you would even begin? This sign-maker is after that world-changing tech and doesn't care when he gets it.
Once time travel is developed, doesn't it become something that affects the entire history of the world? In fact, there are plenty of people who believe time travel will never be developed because if it ever was, we would already know. Or, maybe it will be developed, and the danger will be too great.
Do They Realize What Happened at Hogwarts?
After seven books set at the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, multiple students have died, a Dark Lord has nearly come to power, and even the beloved headmaster died at the hands of one of his fellow teachers. We are pretty sure that “funding cuts” are the least of their worries.
In fact, if the only thing that Harry Potter ever had to deal with was having fewer supplies to use, he would be perfectly fine. Ironically, these teachers could benefit from reading a few more books, maybe some that they do not try to shove into every real-life situation.