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The welfarepocalypse began when people started freaking out over the government shutdown and its implications on long exploited government handouts, and the fallout is getting one hundred emoji real, you guys. Just ask this tittooed slag,
Who apparently is having a hard time finding foodstamps to purchase.
Takiea wisely deduced that the shortage of foodstamps for fifty cents to the dollar is due to the government shutdown, even though people got their benefits early for February.
And poor Terence, has to pay for his food out of pocket. Life is rough, isn’t it?
I wonder if he pays for his Bulls hat out of pocket, too?
And we have a ratchet economics major chiming in, too.
Luckily though, one lone hoodbooger did in fact have stamps for sale….
….But no transportation to make the deal on her own. Shocking, I tell you.
Who would’ve guessed? I guess it’s time to increase those hours, because the shutdown is showing no signs of ending any time soon. I’m not a particularly religious woman myself, but I have been praying day in and day out that this whole thing does in fact start affecting public welfare, so that maybe, just MAYBE we can start having a meaningful conversation about where these “entitlements” should really go. I doubt that it will, though, and I doubt even more that any meaningful conversation would come of it, anyway. That’s just not how things work anymore. In the meantime, let it be known – EBT is now a bad investment!