Three people who stole holiday plants from That Bloomin’ Place in Norwell might be making Santa’s naughty list this year, but the store’s manager said she wants to give them a chance to make it right. Courtney Young posted a security video on the store’s Facebook page of what appears to be three young people stealing four or five Christmas Kissing Balls and two potted arrangements from the store at about 11 p.m. Friday. The hanging plants are large decorative bunches of holly and evergreen leaves in ball shapes. The store lost about $160 worth of plants.
“When you steal from your local small businesses, you’re stealing from your own community. When people steal like this, it forces us not to be able to help and donate to local events and charities as we normally do,” Young wrote on Facebook. “We take pride in being able to help our community and local events with raffle items, presentation items and any way we can, when we can. But if this keeps happening we no longer will be able to, which just breaks our hearts. … If you recognize or know who they might be, just tell them to bring the stuff back, so we can continue to give back to local events and provide fair pricing to our patrons.”
When reached by phone Sunday, Young said she didn’t call the police and doesn’t want to press charges. The store just wants the plants back.
“They look like young kids, and we know people make mistakes when they are young,” Young said. “We want to give people the opportunity to give the plants back.
So these look like a bunch of shithead kids doing shithead things. For that reason That Bloomin Place decided to play nice and give them a chance to do the “right thing” by turning in the plants, if not they’d go to the cops. This video was shared and viewed over 100,000 times, so it was inevitable that they woud get caught. When you have to choose between returning the shit you stole or getting arrested, you’re not doing the “right thing” by returning what you stole. You’re doing what’s in your best interest – avoiding a charge. Especially when they make an announcement saying they know who you are.
Then like clockwork they gutlessly brought the stolen Christmas stuff back, but didn’t apologize.
So basically they’re not going to publicly shame these douchebags, which is fine. Turtleboy will not be so kind. Meet Jennifer Poor from Hull.
And yes, her last name is literally Poor. The jokes write themselves.
She’s one of those “cool moms” who gives her crotch fruits and their friend a ride to a locally owned business to rob it in the middle of the night. And yes, those are her poon polyps Andrew and Skyler in the video. The glasses are hard to miss.
Andrew is still in high school, and Skyler turned 18 in February. They’re besties.
Any mother who refers to their daughter as their “best friend” is really just trying to live vicariously through them. The raw dog fairy didn’t give you a talking splooge trophy so you could have another friend. Kids need to structure, discipline, and guidance. If they don’t, then their chances of ending up on Turtleboy drastically increase. The only thing worse than appearing on Turtleboy is having crotch fruit co-ratchets with you. I mean, seriously?
If you need an explanation for why that’s wrong at 15, then you’re probably gonna end up on here too.
Jennifer is what most normal kids would refer to as an “embarrassment.” She posts ironic inspirational quotes on Facebook all hours of the day, and constantly incorporates her co-conspirator children in them.
I guess she wants her daughter to be a ratchet getaway driver who robs small businesses.
The only thing you got perfectly right is the stench of failure.
She tried to teach them about “honesty” by stealing from local businesses, and only attempting to make things right days later after it was clear they’d all be arrested.
Yea, educate them about the value of things, not the price. Those pesky price tags on the wreaths they stole ain’t nothing but a number.
This one’s accurate.
Skyler’s future will most definitely be very similar to Mom’s.
Then again, maybe she just “did what needs to get done.”
Because they wanted shit, but they just didn’t feel like paying for it.
This was my personal favorite.
Yea, what better way to end generational fuckery than by being your crotch fruit’s getaway driver?
She also posts shit like this.
Yea this is definitely a non-trashy person would share with the world on Facebook. Thanks for dragging the whole world into the soap opera you call life.
First of all, any guy who tells you that you’re the best thing that’s ever happened to them has probably been in jail for a significant portion of his life. Because you’re one step up from a Kyle Kennedy handjob. Secondly, maybe next time don’t date a grown man who wears flat brimmed hats.
It will drastically increase the chances of your kids referring to him as “weekend Dad.”
The most hypocritical part about this is that she knows what it’s like to be victimized, because 10 years ago she got hit by some shithead with a buttload of driving offenses and he got off with basically no punishment. Her victim impact statement was all the more hilarious knowing what she’s done now.
1:11 – At least I deserve to be able to tell my children that when someone does something wrong to another human being they are to be punished.
Yes, they should be punished. Which is why you should turn yourself in instead of having your kids drop off the shit they stole in the middle of the night without so much as an apology. And no, your kid’s failures and suspension in school weren’t because of your accident. It’s because you wanted to be the cool mom, and cool moms don’t punish their kids, and when you don’t punish your kids they turn out to be disrespectful brats who end up on Turtleboy.
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