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September 3, 2018 / Posted by:

The quittin’ time whistle from The Flintstones! 

For many of you, today is one of those very special Mondays where you don’t have to mouth burp every curse word while dragging your barely alive corpse into your cubicle. It’s a Monday masquerading as a Sunday, because it’s Labor day where we honor the worker. And who among us has worked harder than Fred Flintstone?! None of us (read: all of us, because bitch is a cartoon, he isn’t real and therefore has never worked)!

And Fred Flintstone, the hardest worker who ever worked, could finally let his body fall into a state of relaxation when hearing the quittin’ time whistle blow. The quittin’ time whistle was truly the bright spot of almost every single Flintstones episode. In the opening sequence, A worker, who was basically Mr. Spacely from The Jetsons in prehistoric drag, let all the laborers know it was time to go home by pulling on a string which was attached the tail of a bird who screamed in pain, which was the sound of the quittin’ whistle. If PETA existed in prehistoric times, every one of those bitches would be covered in red paint from torturing that bird, and Betty Rubble definitely would’ve posed topless in an ad titled, “I’d rather go naked than torture that quittin’ time bird.

But seriously, besides cartoon Ann-Margret, the quittin’ time whistlin’ bird was the best character of The Flintstones. The opening would be nothing without them!

And may your today be filled with the quittin’ time whistle. And actually I take that back, because I hope that your today isn’t filled with the quittin’ time whistle, because I hope he’s got today off. Bitch deserves it.

Pic: YouTube

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