Glitter now a Felony

Jay Ashworth

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I'm sure that -- for all the trouble it causes us in stage operations -- everyone here will be overjoyed to learn that glitter is now a felony.


This apparently happened about 10 miles from me, too.
 

TimMc

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I think it was the glitter *container* that hit the victim. In general, glitter should be a felony...
 

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I'm so fly....I Neverland.
In my mind, this is some kind of scenario where strippers are getting revenge for some dude not actually paying for the VIP room. I wonder if the crime scene smelled of Pina Colado body spray?
 

TimMc

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In my mind, this is some kind of scenario where strippers are getting revenge for some dude not actually paying for the VIP room. I wonder if the crime scene smelled of Pina Colado body spray?

:CoochieCover: scent
 

MNicolai

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The mugshots really make the story complete.


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I'm so fly....I Neverland.

MNicolai

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I mean, I'd rather that than what normally happens in my neighborhood. Last night a guy around the corner hung himself on his patio with an extension cord, and just before Thanksgiving my creepy downstairs neighbor OD'd on fentanyl and wasn't found for a week. When they cracked the door it was opening the gates of hell. I had to burn popcorn, light scented candles in the shape of a pentagram, and buy out the local CVS' stock of Glade plugins and still smelled the haunted remnants of my neighbor for the next 6 weeks.

I'd welcome a glitter assault in my neighborhood any day of the week.
 

Jay Ashworth

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I mean, I'd rather that than what normally happens in my neighborhood. Last night a guy around the corner hung himself on his patio with an extension cord, and just before Thanksgiving my creepy downstairs neighbor OD'd on fentanyl and wasn't found for a week. When they cracked the door it was opening the gates of hell. I had to burn popcorn, light scented candles in the shape of a pentagram, and buy out the local CVS' stock of Glade plugins and still smelled the haunted remnants of my neighbor for the next 6 weeks.

I'd welcome a glitter assault in my neighborhood any day of the week.
Jeezus, really?
 

Ben Stiegler

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I mean, I'd rather that than what normally happens in my neighborhood. Last night a guy around the corner hung himself on his patio with an extension cord, and just before Thanksgiving my creepy downstairs neighbor OD'd on fentanyl and wasn't found for a week. When they cracked the door it was opening the gates of hell. I had to burn popcorn, light scented candles in the shape of a pentagram, and buy out the local CVS' stock of Glade plugins and still smelled the haunted remnants of my neighbor for the next 6 weeks.

I'd welcome a glitter assault in my neighborhood any day of the week.
and you live where exactly, Mike?
 

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