• The Guy who writes all the terms
and conditions knowing that no
one will read them
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    • It’s definitely a lawyer. He’s making hella money to do so
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    • Hate to break it to you......some people do read that shit. They actually have to make sense, and someone proof reads it, I'm sure.
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    • They’re lawyers that make a fuck ton of money by copy pasting that shit
      Mickle1 4 aug
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    • Am I the only person that actually enjoys reading them and seeing all the weird spy stuff that we are agreeing too
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    • Comically large chin
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    • PEARCUBS 4 aug
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    • cena 4 aug
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    • South Park always comes to mind!
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    • Actually that’s Mr. Incredible haha, should probably check your sources next time :)
      Cornbred 5 aug
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    • Gentlemen after almost 22 years of having a love life that was absolutely nonexistent I think I might have actually found someone. Saw her on Tinder thought she was cute so I messaged her on snap and she’s actually really sweet. We don’t live in the same state but in today’s world that’s not really
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    • Mostly copy and paste
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    • If I were that guy, I would put secret messages in there. Like, if it's for a game, include a cheat code in the middle.
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    • Fun fact, in 2019 a woman won $10,000 for reading the terms and conditions to her travel insurance. They apparently offered the prize to the first person who emailed the company. Still ain't reading that shit though.
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    • Everyone skipping the terms and conditions:
      __Kono__ 4 aug
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    • You have to read the Roblox terms of service because it’s so easy to get banned for stupid shit that you didn’t read like posting a picture of Uganda knuckles
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    • I could not hold myself back from putting random shit in there. "By agreeing, you owe me 21 chickens"
      moldydog 4 aug
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    • Na, they smiling cuz they know it, they can put whatever the fuck they want and u will agree to that shit
      TBNRDale 4 aug
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    • The point is so they can own you when you accept it without reading duh
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    • Actually most of the time companies will use something called a “Boilerplate Contract” where it’s a very standard contract template that already pertains to the kind of business they have.
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    • They did that once 20 years ago and now it's all copy and paste
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    • You forgot to include the giant pile of illegal drugs and various obscure legal thesauruses that he has consumed and laying around him to inspire his barely intelligible autobiographical length documents that no sane unpaid human being would spend time reading completely!
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    • computer generated...
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    • kanep0e 4 aug
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    • What's Obama's last name? Please help!
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    • Tbh I love how this is written, because it suggests that The Guy is an entity rather than just a guy
      Toptext 4 aug
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    • I read specific parts
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    • It’s called a lawyer, and they get paid very well for writing stuff like that
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    • The guy who stops shits knowing everyone will take them
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    • It's all protections for the company. If that one person sues, and you don't have anything in those terms protecting the company, they can loose more than it costs to hire a team of lawyers to write this stuff
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    • Hey, read the terms and conditions below
      FBImeme 5 aug
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    • Bo-OOOOOOOOB!!!!!
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    • Made with mematic
      IanIsMe 4 aug
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    • No one even cares abt mematic watermark anymore
      OhOkOof 4 aug
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    • most of the time very well paid lawyers write those. its all to cover their own ass
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    • I once was bored so I decided to read the terms and conditions of an app and one of the first things it said was that You saying you read it is legally binding as if you signed a contract
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    • I heard they get paid well
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    • I start reading for 30 seconds just in case they doing weirdo shit with my data
      bot11287 4 aug
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    • Then they could put in stuff that say that they will
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    • Ha there are terms in your conditioner it’s just supposed to be conditioner not words
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    • Lol am I the only one here that actually reads them?
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    • Why the hell is my username green?
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    • I just assume terms and services are for people who plan to create something similar and wanna see what they can use without getting sued
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    • I’d type sentence in there like completely unrelated and then we’ll see if anyone actually does read it
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    • It’s to keep them from being sued
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    • One of my fears is that the terms of service says we are allowed to impute something here
      kegman 7 aug
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    • He's a lawyer and he's being paid so much he doesn't care
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    • I want a movie or show where a demon hides their contract in the terms and conditions and that’s how they get people to sign over their souls
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    • Writes them so you don't get sued
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    • If I had to write that stuff, I would put something really weird or funny
      madixj 7 aug
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    • The people that write that shit make six figures
      sneaky6 6 aug
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    • I actually nanny for a woman who does this!
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    • That's a mistake buddies always read the terms and conditions
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      i_horny 6 aug
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    • Just a friendly reminder about terms and conditions for video games you buy digitally. You are only buying a license to play them and you don’t actually own the game, the devs can revoke access to that license anytime they want for any reason without compensation to you.
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    • I just heard a joke saying “damn boy are u terms of conditions because I don’t give a fuck about what u have to say” as I’m reading this
      robin64 6 aug
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    • Since no one reads them, how do we know they even have writing?
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    • Talk about thankless jobs, poor bastards
      dan59 6 aug
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    • Nah man, lawyers be getting the big money out of it anyways, they don't care
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    • It's for legal reason
      Xacto 6 aug
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    • They spy on you, just so y’all get the jist
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    • Ngl I've read them in the past out of curiosity of what it said
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    • Fun fact: all companies use the same terms of service
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    • They actually use automated word generators. You just don’t notice because you never read them
      sapple 6 aug
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    • Ctrl+c ctrl+v
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    • Some of these people have worked "those who agree shall have to make me pancakes" into the terms
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    • I'm actually going to school to do this
      kgecko98 6 aug
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    • Hooyah
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    • As an insurance field underwriter this shit so boring
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    • Yall know about the ruplestilzkin clause right?
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    • Sometimes I skim it to make sure I’m not giving them too much control
      atorr101 5 aug
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    • Ay you gettin paid tho so... most people’s work adds no value to society, don’t think about it
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    • They ate usually pasted then edited to fit their needs.
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    • To be fair its actually a whole legal team that writes that useless lawyer shit
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    • But he's getting paid a huge amount for ass coverage
      Rodnice 5 aug
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    • “Parr! You authorized payment on the Walker policy?!”
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    • I’m sure he’s making a lot of fuckkng money
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    • By now Id expect its a situation of copy and paste
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    • Non-teaching english major
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    • More like an evil looking lawyer
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    • I’m on IFunny in public next to my religious grandparents ,god I hope the comments are safe today
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    • Business read them
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    • As a lawyer i wrote a terms and conditions policy it's actually mostly copy and pasting but making sure they're compliant is the hard part
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    • Unless you’re a roblox discord server posting vague rules
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    • Nah I read those fuckers, I like to know exactly what I'm agreeing to
      GrimmmyG 5 aug
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    • Page 43 line 13... if you've made it this far go fuck ur self
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    • If i was thst guy and if i was treated poorly and leaving my job id put dumb little things in the terms like "the company must buy you 5 $20 hookers or 1 $100 hooker for 2 hrs" or "the company must send you a snickers without nuts if contrat i$ broken"
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    • this is whats it like when i spend 5 hours editing a YouTube video to get 8 views
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    • Worked out for Tik-Tok for a while
      nebby777 5 aug
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    • Alot of them are copy paste with minor changes, what my boss did anyways
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    • Id sneak in a line about giving all the money you have or will ever have to me.
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    • Those people get paid very well
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    • I feel like lawyers enjoy writing stuff like that. Aren’t they obsessed with finding loopholes? That’s what I heard
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    • It ain’t for you to read, it’s for legal shit to make sure they don’t get in trouble. I’m sure the lawyers don’t think it’s the most fun part of their job but they get paid and it ensures safety
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