Ya know what we haven’t done in a while? Food Stamp Friday. Time to bring it back. Today’s winner is Darrian Porter from Sacramento.
As you can see, Darrian Porter is looking to purchase $100 worth of stamps and is willing to spend no more than $50 to get them. My man drives a hard bargain for sure, but he’s slightly under market rate. Everyone knows that you have to be willing to pay between 60-70% face value or dem shitz gonna be gone real quick. Nevertheless, it doesn’t hurt to start with a low bid to see how demand is looking.
Luckily Marie Milk has fired out a poon polyp or two, so she’s got plenty of stamps to spare.
She just has to wait and see if she can get better value on the free market first.
It appears as if my man here is hungry and wants to buy some groceries. But he’s also low on cash because he’s spent it all on more important things needed for hoodbooger survival. The essentials, like blunts
And a girlfriend who likes the finer things in life and keeps him out of jail.
That’s a food stamp love story if I’ve ever seen it.
Evidently he delved into the unlicensed marijuana business.
But no one wanted his shitty weed cookies so here he is looking for discount groceries and ending up on Turtleboy Sports.
On the bright side, when you have no reportable income it means you don’t have to pay taxes.
Don’t worry, the rest of us will take care of that for you Darrian.
California is arguably the only state in the country that is run worse than Massachusetts and their governor is a walking Ken doll with less personality. Could be an untapped Turtleboy gold mine.
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