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  • 1534

    • August

      • August 30, 1534
        • Douglass Wynegar of Hawkhurst, England gives his grandmother roses for her birthday - He picked them himself, walked them over to her, she was happy. Boom, 145 points. (Season 3 episode The Book of Dougs)

  • 1642

    • September

      • September 12, 1642
        • Sir Geoffrey Frumpton becomes the first man to say, "Well, actually…" to a woman in Newcastle upon Tyne, England. Exhibit featured in the Hall of Low-Grade Crappiness, the least horrifying room in The Museum of Human Misery, a torture museum in the Bad Place, featuring famous examples of bad behavior and explanations of the torture they earned. (Season 2 episode Rhonda, Diana, Jake and Trent)

  • 1952

    • May

      • May 6, 1952
        • Ethel Blerch becomes the first person to floss in an open-plan office, in Baltimore, Maryland. Exhibit featured in the Hall of Low-Grade Crappiness, the least horrifying room in The Museum of Human Misery, a torture museum in the Bad Place, featuring famous examples of bad behavior and explanations of the torture they earned. (Season 2 episode Rhonda, Diana, Jake and Trent)

  • 1967

    • August

      • August 19, 1967
        • Rodrigo Delgado becomes the first waiter to approach a diner with an empty plate and sarcastically say, "I guess you hated it," in Lima, Peru. Exhibit featured in the Hall of Low-Grade Crappiness, the least horrifying room in The Museum of Human Misery, a torture museum in the Bad Place, featuring famous examples of bad behavior and explanations of the torture they earned. (Season 2 episode Rhonda, Diana, Jake and Trent)

  • 1981

    • February

      • February 11, 1981
        • Terrance Davis becomes the first person to say, "I need a vacation… form my vacation!" at Club Med in the Bahamas. Exhibit featured in the Hall of Low-Grade Crappiness, the least horrifying room in The Museum of Human Misery, a torture museum in the Bad Place, featuring famous examples of bad behavior and explanations of the torture they earned. (Season 2 episode Rhonda, Diana, Jake and Trent)

  • 1982

    • October

      • October 14, 1982
        • Eleanor initially claims she was born in Phoenix, Arizona in 1986. But that was what she used to tell people when she lied about her age. It was actually 1982. (Season 1 episode Most Improved Player)

  • 1986

    • October

      • October 14, 1986
        • Eleanor initially claims she was born in Phoenix, Arizona in 1986. But that was what she used to tell people when she lied about her age. It was actually 1982. (Season 1 episode Most Improved Player)

  • 1991

    • April

      • April 19, 1991
        • A young Chidi convinces his parents to stay married with a 55 minute presentation. (Season 4 episode The Answer)

  • 2003

    • May

      • May 10, 2003
        • Michael tortures Chidi by making him choose his own soulmate, then he waits until Chidi makes his decision, and reveals his true soulmate, which is not the one he picked. Michael also reveals that the issue was a mistake in the initial calculations, a four hour time gap in their profiles on May 10, 2003. (Season 2 episode Everything is Great!)

  • 2009

    • April

      • April 9, 2009
        • Douglas Lerpiss purchased a "Gardener's Delight" brand tomato from Food and Stuff grocery store in Snerling, Indiana, losing 12.268 points due to 1. the tomato being grown in pesticide-rich farmland, 2. the tomato being farmed by underpaid labor force and 3. the tomato being shipped from Mexico to Indiana using fuel-inefficient vehicles. (Season 3 episode The Book of Dougs)

    • July

      • July 14, 2009
        • Doug Ewing of Scaggsville, Maryland gives his grandmother a dozen roses - but he lost four points. Why? Because he ordered roses using a cell phone that was made in a sweatshop. The flowers were grown with toxic pesticides, picked by exploited migrant workers, delivered from thousands of miles away, which created a massive carbon footprint, and his money went to a billionaire racist CEO who sends his female employees pictures of his genitals. (Season 3 episode The Book of Dougs)

  • 2013

    • October

      • October 31, 2013
        • Eleanor doesn't remember Halloween 2013, But it must have been bad because the next morning she woke up in a large Rubbermaid container in some family's basement, and she'd barfed all over their old photo albums. (Season 4 episode Mondays, Am I Right?)

    • November

      • November 1, 2013
        • Eleanor doesn't remember Halloween 2013, But it must have been bad because the next morning she woke up in a large Rubbermaid container in some family's basement, and she'd barfed all over their old photo albums. (Season 4 episode Mondays, Am I Right?)
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