5 for the preload of Shaggy in tears over the donits.
Just read an article this morning about Pennsylvania's changing voting patterns. Tl,Dr: This is hardcore Trump country. These are the people making America great again. Less immigrants, more cold coffee, er, ice coffee.
There is no such thing as Trump country.
Or Hill country.
Partisan Hack Island I and II wouldn't even require a nuclear weapon to sink.
MLP and Transformers fandom are more legit tribes than those two taintburgers.
|Mr. Purple Cat Esq. |
"I meet my attourneys there" I'm assuming he means his legal team for his high powered business.
This is like something the Onion would do, or Reno 911. The line between reality and satire is fine indeed.
The interviews at 1:13 are pure, uncut Pennsylvania.
Dunkin Donuts counts as a "cheap, classy place to meet with your friends"? My God. Those poor people.
Officer Ray Siko!
This is what would happen in my parents town if Walmart burned down.
The donuts are safe though, there's a donut shop on every corner.
|White Trash Party |
5 for what sounds like the reporter laughing after the preload image guy says he meets with his attorneys there.
|Doc Victor |
The cop's name is psycho and the reporters name is craze. The dark carnival is strong in PA
I think it's finally time to revive the "slow news day" tag. I can't tell you how much I've missed it.
|Monkey Napoleon |
You guys don't even know the pain of not being able to source good donuts. My local Dunkin' Donuts was bought by a middle eastern family who gave so little of a shit about donuts that eventually Dunkin' had to pull their franchise rights.
Think about that for a second. They were so bad/negligent that Dunkin' Donuts told them "stop using our name and go to hell." The "best" place to get donuts in a town of over 150,000 people is the bakery of a chain grocery store.
Police Breaks Matter!
She must have been more a Starbucks fan, am I right?
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