A million people have messaged us about this City of Worcester parody Facebook page. To answer your question – no we had nothing to do with it. But it’s pretty freaking hilarious, so tip of the cap to whoever the anonymous purveyor of satire is. We don’t expect it to be around much longer though, as the Facebook police are no doubt mass reporting it. Because no one is ever allowed to have too much fun on Facebook. Very serious stuff. We screenshotted some of our favorite posts for when this page inevitably gets shut down:
There’s stop signs at Kelley Square?
Whoever made this account, first round at Smitty’s Tavern is on Turtleboy just for those posts.
I am Turtleboy.
HAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHA!!! Funny cuz it’s true.
It’s true. Now all we need are people to go to these places.
I know this is a joke, but all kidding aside, that’s exactly what the city of Worcester did last summer when they opened up this chain restaurant in the place of another failed chain restaurant.
Oh. My. God. Best post yet. Anyone who understands what a joke Worcester Magazine has become under the “guidance” of Walter Bird, has to appreciate this one.
Once again, funny because it’s true. Does anyone NOT have a key to the city at this point? If so, give Joe Petty a call and he’ll hook you up!!
That’s the least of Kirsch liquors problems.
Yea, but most of the time it’s just Rick Rushton.
For real!!! Sorry about the redirects everyone!! We’re actively working on fixing them. In the meantime enjoy your free iPhone that you just won and message that hot Russian girl who is looking for a boyfriend!
The only thing funnier than some of these posts are the people who haven’t figured out that this is a parody account:
Spit out my coffee when I read that one. Well done sir or madam. Well done indeed. Some people didn’t think it was so funny though:
Right. The person running this parody account is the “retarded” one. I love irony.
LOL. Speaking of dumbest things I’ve ever read, awesome post Sersie!! Apparently they don’t teach common sense and general awareness at the Spa Tech Institute Schools of Massage, Esthetics, Polarity and Beauty.
I don’t even know where to start with this poor guy.
He’s just so lost.
I don’t know what is sadder. The fact that this grown man actually believes the city of Worcester is going to imprison the thousands of people who have carved their names into Coney Island booths, or the fact that all these geniuses liked it:
Me thinks the joke went way above your head!!
And finally there was this:
Oh for fuck’s sake. Can we make it a law that old people can’t use the Internet? Or maybe they should just have their own separate Internet. Somewhere where they can’t hurt themselves. Although this guy has an interesting theory on the Roberta’s of the world:
Unfortunately it is all too real. People really think
Wait…..this guy graduated from WPI and he can’t figure out what a parody page is? I thought you had to be smart to get into WPI. The parody account even replied to him and said, “ugh,” as in “ughhh this poor mother fucker doesn’t understand what satire is.” And he STILL didn’t get the message. Then again when you look at his Facebook page it starts to make sense. He literally sits on Facebook all day, looking for things that offend him so he can report them to Facebook. Unfortunately it hasn’t worked out well thus far:
Hey Andrew, I know a guy from Fitchburg (who shall go unnamed) who can help you out. He’s got nothing but time and the skill set you’re looking for is literally the only thing he’s ever been good at.
Oh, and Andrew also finds it offensive that Super Markets don’t want ratchets stealing baby formula:
Because people who don’t want people to steal from them “don’t care about whether babies are adequately fed.”
I love the Internet. Long live the City of Worcester parody Facebook page!!
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