|Mr. Purple Cat Esq. |
Some weird reddit based humor type thing going on in the youtube comments.
I cant help but think this is some kind of viral ad. The company she bought the glitterbomb from is the only detail mentioned in the description.
Also, who, who is young enough to have their mail legally read by their parent, would ever actually correspond by *mail*?
I'm always lazy with change of address forms and stuff because I move around a lot, so certain things just go to my parents' house. If it's something like a bank statement, they just shred it, but if it seems really important they'd open it, especially when I was 5,000 miles away. I know it's technically illegal, but I was glad they did, since I wasn't about to race across the country to open it myself.
Speaking of which, most places I've worked have mass-mailings for donation requests or subscription renewal packets, things like that, and we'd get at least 20 back a day. Once we confirmed the new address, we'd open it up and resend it in a new envelope instead of tossing them and making 20 more. Is that technically illegal?
Also very fake, but there are a few people I know who might appreciate this..
Boxxy's dad is a felonous prick
|Chocolate Jesus |
who gives a fuck
|Maggot Brain |
There's the set up... And... Ooh, a miss!
Wound't the pay off for something like this be the kids run in frame saying "got'tcha, Dad" or the Dad realizing he's being a dink.
|That guy |
"Hey dad, I'm gong to record you while you open up this tube, OK?"
I only voted this up because it made spoilsports vote it down.
TRY THIS 1 WEIRD TRICK TO GET 1 STAR
21st century marketing
|Binro the Heretic |
Even the guy who came up with this idea says it's crap and shut down the website you could order it from.
Inject some anthrax into the tube and you have a festive biological weapon delivery system.
Let's head back to the studio with Tom Bergeron.
That glitter is WAY too large-grain to really be the nightmare it pretends to be.
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