Whatever, nothing tops when, after Over the Limit 2012 when Big Show turned heel and help Big Johnny win against Cena, they said that, after Show was fired on the go-home Raw, Big Johnny offered him a contract, which he signed, on Saturday. That forgets the stipulation they made on the same go-home show saying that, if any signed WWE Superstars interfered, they would be fired and Johnny would lose his job. WWE ran with it until Twitter blew up with people mocking them for forgetting/botching their own storyline with that oversight and then Cole spent the rest of the show saying it was a handshake agreement, which isn't legally binding and Show only signed his contract on Monday morning.
So, not only do they think you're dumb, have a bad memory and think you won't care about irregularities, they themselves don't give enough of a fuck to care/remember.
Also, in hilarious news, Chris Jericho addressed the allegations Punk made that he would have only been interested in getting in contact with Punk to talk about it on his podcast/profit from Punk and basically denies it. The thing that makes it fucking hysterical and sad at the same time is that Jericho talked about that on his exclusive TweetSecret page, a page that requires a $2.99/month subscription to watch the full video.