A Naked Fupasloth Took A Tuesday Morning Slum Sociable In Front Of City Hall In Downtown Worcester
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So a turtle rider sent us this picture today from Worcester, right in front of City Hall this morning:
Nothing to see here. Just a local fupasloth walking around barefoot in her birthday suit, having some light conversation with the fuzz. It’s your average Tuesday morning in Worcester. Also love how the people across the street are standing far away, gawking like it’s Three Mile Island.
All I can think about when I saw this pictures was this video that City Manager Ed Augustus paid to have made, about what Worcester will look like in 2020 after he’s done turning it into the Emerald City:
Our leaders expect us to believe that after they build a bunch of luxury hotels downtown will be a beautiful, gentrified place where young professionals mingle, eat lunch, and buy tickets from an imaginary company called “Woo Tix.”
But they forgot to show where they’re gonna put this chick:
Funny, didn’t see her in that video. So, what’s the plan? Are they just kind of hoping she dies or gets her life together between now and then? Or are we giving these people a one way ticket on the Webster Express? Because you can build all the hotels you want, but no one’s coming to Worcester so long as this is the crowd that’s chillin downtown during work hours.
We have to get rid of our leaders man. We just need people who don’t pretend like they don’t see what we all see. It’s insulting. Instead of holding meaningless rallies against “hate,” or for sanctuary cities, how bout Joe Petty holds some rallies against fupasloths? Because that’s something we could actually get on board with. Until then the Turtleboy family will be staying far away from downtown Worcester.
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