This one is great because it's hard to know exactly where to start identifying the errors. For instance this person only listed six "countries," not seven. But really that's just the tip of the iceberg.
April Ham Lincon was one of the U.S.'s greatest presidents. And he was definitely the nation's best president who was made out of a pork product. However, the best first lady is still Sausage Patty Nixon.
This person gets up in arms whenever he sees a peacock. And also when he sees the cover of Dark Side Of The Moon, or when he happens to see a rainbow in real life. Why can't everything be drab shades of grey instead?
"It's like, why would I push that button when I'm already on that floor? It's not like I would ever use that button. Except, I guess, later on when I need to go back to that same floor....you know what? Never mind."
This person asked the question, "Who knew that pressing down shift and then a letter would result in a capital letter?!?!" The answer to that question is, "Just about everybody, and it's way easier than using Caps Lock. So start doing this the right way."
Someone should let this person know about these things called "paper maps." They're kind of like the vinyl records of the directions game. Sure, you can get directions electronically, but using the paper map is just a little more pure.
Does this mean the third floor is now the thirst floor? And if so, does this mean the floor is filled with things to help your thirst, like water, or is it filled with things that increase your thirst, like heat lamps and sand? Hopefully one day we will finally learn the truth.
Remember when Pizza Hut tried to get people to eat pizza crust first? Maybe this person should try to convince people to eat it upside down. Don't even worry about the toppings falling to the floor, because you're a rebel.