I was tagged in this video from Cranston yesterday, depicting a ratchet in her natural habitat rummaging through a clothing donation bin on a busy road, but it’s no longer on Facebook. Luckily I remembered rule #1 of the interwebz – screengrab everything…….
Ladies and gentleman, I present to you Miss Grizzled New England 2020.
Dumpster diving in broad daylight.
Wearing sweatpants stolen from previous dumpster diving expedition that are two sizes too small.
Extra crisco on the fupa for more flexibility.
And of course, the lit cigarette remains in mouth throughout the entire process.
Even her flatulence smell like Newport Lights.
Everything in those bags was intended by the donors to go to a family in need. Now they’ll all be on Facebook Marketplace with a caption, “Single mom, just got brand new clothes for my kids but they’re too small, need money for medical bills, have a heart.”
I apologize if this is an old video that went viral a couple years ago (which has happened before) because there’s almost no context. But it’s my first time seeing it and it made my morning, and I hope it made your’s too.
Also, I’d love to know her name to get her on the live show, so if any turtle riders out there can run Rhode Island plate 545 205 for me, that would be great. I bet she has a lot of strong opinions on climate change.
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