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There’s probably gonna be a lot of kids using words on a bathroom stall door in Everett as an excuse to skip school today.
I’ve seen a lot of things before, but I’ve never seen a parent describe themselves as a “co-parent” in the first sentence of an ALL CAPS run on sentagraph about why his crotch fruit won’t be going to school.
This guy’s freaking out because someone wrote three words on a bathroom stall door while they were taking a smash. Then another unnamed student posted it on Snapface and all of a sudden Angelo is David Hogg. It’s literally just a kid fucking around and writing stupid shit on a bathroom door. Never in the history of school shootings has the shooter announced their intentions on a bathroom stall door. If they wanna kill your kid in school, they’re gonna do it, and they’re not gonna give you a heads up first.
And no, it’s not an epidemic. Your kid has a better chance of getting killed by a pack of coyotes than they do getting murdered in a school shooting.
Angelo is one of those guys who always feels the need to let you know that his kid is autistic too.
Maybe she is, I don’t know him or her. But constantly referring your own crotch fruit as “my autistic daughter” makes it sound like you’re using her autism as a way to victimize her.
Anyway, he’s a real tough guy because of that one time the bully on the bus stole her Game Boy and he gave the bus driver a piece of his mind. Nobody fucks with Angelo from Everett.
His post started making the rounds and the next thing you know the Everett Police got wind of it and made an announcement.
Remember in the original post that Angelo said that his kid wasn’t going to school until, “parents are assured by Everett Police that r children r safe.”
Well, now that they’ve been assured has Angelo changed his mind?
Of course not. Because he’s a chick who lives for the theatrics of it all, and doesn’t mind using his teenager daughter to gain the attention he so desperately craves.
According to Angelo when kids scribble words on the bathroom stall door, it’s basically Gospel. Everything written in high school bathrooms ends up happening. Like that time in high school Miguel fucked Bobby J’s Mom. It said so on the bathroom stall door so it must be true.
Didn’t matter to Angelo though. He don’t take no chances.
He don’t see no taylor either.
Bruh, you look like a homeless guy that just hit up the Goodwill store. Save some pussy for the rest of us.
Seemed like he really wanted to make sure that no one sent their crotch fruit to school.
If your kid writes anything like you do Angelo, the last thing they need to do is miss a day of school. Just sayin.
This never would’ve happened back in his day. Angelo nearly killed a man back in 85 when he tried fucking with him.
He didn’t choose the thug life, the thug life chose him.
The madness of this all is that a bunch of adults were letting their kids skip school because of bunch of other dumbass teenagers were writing dumbass things on Snapface.
It’s even spread to Cambridge and Somerville too.
If there’s a school shooting in Everett tomorrow Angelo’s gonna look like a mad genius and boy will my face be red. If there isn’t, then he’s contributing to the delinquency of a minor and every kid who wants to skip school is gonna post something like this on Snapface in the future.
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