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The other day SSTG published this blog about Wellness Dental, after Donna Virgadamo, the wife of Dentist Paul Virgadamo, who apparently runs their Facebook page, decided to rant about the dangers of pot on a community Facebook page in what appears to be a failed attempt at the English language.
However, even after becoming Turtleboy famous it was not enough to keep her off of the Facebook machine, because she’s firing on all cylinders now on the Wellness Dental Facebook page. First she threatened to call the cops on anyone commenting on their publicly viewable page.
So what will the charge be this time? You’re gonna love this one:
“Horsement.” It’s where you do bong rips with a horse. And something else about food stamps too. I have absolutely no idea what she’s attempting to say, but I couldn’t be happier that she’s choosing to say it anyway, on her company’s Facebook page nonetheless. This is how she chooses to represent the business that pays her bills, and which other people are counting on for employment. Who wouldn’t wanna go to these people for a sensitive dental matter? It’s not like they’re gonna go on their Facebook page and announce your private medical conditions to the world….
Oh good, they’re telling everyone about how they saved a client from dying of cancer, and naming names. That seems perfectly legal. Also, “best dentist in town” when you practice out of Webster is like winning “least amount of armpit hair” at the Women’s March.
She was also mad that people kept sending her messages about….something.
And then other Webster folk started showing up calling them out for owing money.
This is the greatest dentist’s office I’ve ever seen.
At least they had one defender.
“She stated an opinion.”
Yea, not so sure she actually got around to doing that. She might’ve tried, but her inability to spell or possess 4th grade writing skills prevented her from completing the task.
And when this is the only person coming to your defense:
It might be time to take a break from the Internet. Or don’t. Because I could read posts like this all day long.