Clop For A Cause: Thousands of Dollars Later by Itsthinking
"I-it's still really creepy that they donated to a charity that gives kids toys!" said a man, recently told that the "Clop For A Cause" art pack, benefiting Toys for Tots, raised nearly $3000 for charity in just two weeks.
"I'll bet the parents who would know about this wouldn't approve," said the man, completely unable to realize the sheer dire nature of those who benefit from the Toys for Tots program, assuming that they had a choice in the matter or that an organization would care. His comments in the previous weeks about how the charitable organization should be "warned" about where they are getting money donated from seemingly forgotten, as the desire to limit the amount of willing donations towards a charitable cause during the end of the year faded into an incredulous desperation.
The man who had just a few weeks prior insisted that it was only done for "a bunch of degenerates to make themselves look good" and that "people shouldn't be bribed to give charitably" but had not in the mean time donated a cent of money or a minute of his time to a charitable cause, continued to express his desire to hate the fact that due to the art pack, a legitimate charitable organization now had $2843 more to make the holidays brighter for children in need.
"It's like, a private charitable organization should be picky with the money it accepts from people. That's how you continue your mission, right?" At the time of writing, the man resigned himself to complaining about "creepy fucks" and having accurate and informed opinions about how charity works.
All joking aside, the Deluxe edition of Clop For A Cause is still available with proof of a $5 donation to Toys for Tots.