Arrogant or conceited? You must have a Mac!

Mikey 21 comments
Arrogant or conceited? You must have a Mac!

Stuff like this amuses me to no end. Although it's complete propaganda (and only a joke anyway) some of what is mentioned can be said about PC users as well.

"Are you self centred, arrogant or conceited? Do you have a strong need for recognition? You must have a Mac!"


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Joe Marco

Sunday 9th March 2008 | 12:07 PM

ouch...that cut me good, real good. That was friggin hilarious...and true.

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Jim- Just a Guy

Sunday 9th March 2008 | 02:36 PM

I know the likes of both. Mac users tend to be a little more annoying and generally drive you to making it a moral imperative to take them down a notch.

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Gina Squitier

Sunday 9th March 2008 | 04:10 PM response to this comment by Jim- Just a Guy. I resemble that remark.

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PC Guy

Sunday 9th March 2008 | 06:38 PM

mac user = elitist snob

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dum dum dum dum

Monday 10th March 2008 | 04:49 PM

"...some of what is mentioned can be said about PC users as well."

Right, because all Apple computers are mainframes.

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What is Ubuntu?

Monday 10th March 2008 | 05:09 PM

I suppose that Ubuntu users are the real fanboys. Zealots, too.

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Monday 10th March 2008 | 11:36 PM

So true, so true. Ubuntu > Mac

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Matt Rogers

Tuesday 11th March 2008 | 12:19 AM

I have a dual G5 tower and a Dell notebook. I still thought that was funny. Not all Mac users are fanbois but unfortunately a lot of obnoxious Mac fanbois post to web forums, sigh.

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Tuesday 11th March 2008 | 01:35 AM response to this comment by PC Guy. Younger Mac users can be snobby, but Macs ARE better than RETAIL windows machines. Yes, you can build a more powerful machine with Windows or Linux, but Macs are becoming increasingly upgradeable, hopefully we will see standardized hardware soon, so people can just buy what they need, or what they prefer.

Macs are the sheetz tho.

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Gina Squitieri

Tuesday 11th March 2008 | 04:28 PM

My dell (I have little respect for the company now) was eating through the GBs like they were going outta style. All I was doing was installing a program that took up no more than 165 MGs of disk space. 1GB after another out the window. At that rate, I'd be buying new Dell every six months! One of the "techs" tried to convince me that that was normal--and then two minutes later, said they had no idea what was wrong. (Grrrrr.)

I don't love my Mac entirely yet, and maybe that's because the devil I know is better than the devil I don't know. However, if the tech can't fix my problem over the phone, I can take this iMac to any Apple store within minutes from my home (not so great for you all who live out in the boonies or the Outback) and get the piece of crap repaired practically overnight. And, I mean REPAIRED. That's the part I love.)

Talk about space saving--this iMac I use is built like a laptop. It's fantabulous. I don't have any wires and crap spilling out all over the back of my computer cabinet. Yep--got one of those, too-- at Wal-Mart. 99 smackers. So, see? Even though I'm a young Mackerel, I'm not an elitist snob. :)

You'd never find an elitist in a Wal-Mart.

Now, if someone could just convince the rest of the business world that Macs truly are superior pieces of machinery compared to Dell PCs. And when (notice I said "when it happens"), PC pushers around the globe will be reclining at table saying:

"Mmmmmmm... tasty words... crunch, crunch, crunch, gulp, gag-- Mommy? You're the bestest cook in the whole wide world, but can I be 'scused now, pretty pweeze?"

'There, there, JR, it was actually YOU who made that tasty meal all by yourself, sweetheart, so go ahead and give yourself a BIG pat on the back! Oh, and it's "MAY I," not "can I," sweetie. And, yes, you may, but only if you're absolutely certain you've had plenty to eat. I wouldn't want to cause you to go to bed on an empty stomach.'

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Saturday 15th March 2008 | 01:02 PM

This says it all...

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Jim-Just a Guy

Saturday 15th March 2008 | 01:39 PM response to this comment by Timbo. Timbo, that was funny.

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Gina Squitieri

Sunday 16th March 2008 | 03:44 PM response to this comment by Jim-Just a Guy. Jim:

Would Jesus think that cartoon was funny? Not preaching. Just making another point. Try not to get upset.

Are you thinking of switching to a Mac now? (What? It's a valid question.)

Do you think that maybe that's why people laugh at you and ridicule you when you say: "I am a Christian, and I believe in God"? As a mature person who believes in God and possesses writing privileges at Rustylime, are you afraid to say:

"That cartoon was completely inappropriate." (I don't care how on-the-mark* it might be, Jim)

You don't have a leg to stand on when people laugh at you when you say "I believe in God, and I'm a Christian," okay? They're just using their common sense: "Must be a Jimmy Swaggert fan--he sure doesn't act like it."

*The cartoon was very on the mark because, as you can see, with a Mac, the technology is apparently so far advanced that sex [however uncivilized and unnatural ] can not only be viewed on a Mac, sex can apparently be had with a Mac.

"I hope that computers are never able to do this as they would most likely take the science fiction route and determine we are too stupid to live." JJGaG


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Sunday 16th March 2008 | 03:58 PM


It sometimes inappropriate is funny , regardless of religion or lack there of. I never said I was perfect. But thank you for holding me to a higher standard. It's nice to know that you hold me in such high regard that you would be appalled be me finding that funny. You know what I bet Jesus would laugh. I am sure he has a sense of humor. After all his dad did create the platypus and gave men a high sex drive early in life that slowly deteriorates while giving women a lower sex drive that only increases. Just because I am Christian does not mean I am dead. But I do apologize for not fitting into your definition of a Christian. So yes I think God has a tremendous sense of humor when sex is in the conversation.

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Sunday 16th March 2008 | 03:59 PM

Yes your comment was pretty funny. Have fun Gina.

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Gina Squitieri

Monday 17th March 2008 | 12:22 AM response to this comment by . Yes your comment was pretty funny. Have fun Gina.

:D I know! haha! See how smart you can be?! I'm serious!

Before I forget, I went to bed last night and realized I put JJGaG, but that was a typo and not meant to be funny. I wish I could blame the typo on this ridiculously-over-ergonomic-ed Mac keyboard (only my opinion), but it was my bad and completely unintentional. I wanted to say publicly I'm sorry.

I hope you and yours have a good day, too, Jim!

To everyone at Rustylime: :)


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Jim-Just a Guy

Monday 17th March 2008 | 01:44 AM response to this comment by Gina Squitieri. Gina,

It's nice to know that even though we disagree on things we can appreciate one another. You are one of the reasons I love it here.

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Sunday 2nd November 2008 | 01:25 PM

Hey! Im cool!

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Sunday 2nd November 2008 | 01:27 PM

... and I love big fonts like this so I can read what Im reading and see what Im writing!

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Sunday 2nd November 2008 | 01:49 PM

Way too funny and true...

I am self centred, arrogant, and conceited. I like organic food. But I own both. So where does that really leave me?


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Fernan Besado

Sunday 3rd July 2011 | 10:02 PM

Its cool... its really good dude.. nice..

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