If you’ve ever thought about helping people who appear to be in need, here’s why that’s a bad idea.
Sweet Grandma Moses.
He looks like Elsa’s junkie brother with a runny nose.
I don’t wanna victim blame here or anything, but if you let two zanny gremlins in your car outside of the Dollar Store in Webster, you’re kind of asking to get kidnapped.
I know, I know, it’s not their fault – they have the “disease” that makes you kidnap people and drive them around Dudley and Webster for an hour. Personally, I liked her more as a hippie.
That is your brain on weed.
This is your brain on Diego’s new shit.
He’s seen better days too, although he always had that look that he was capable of going full ratchet at any moment.
Of course these two criminal geniuses elected to do this right after a snowfall, and then trampled through the show, rather than sticking to streets and sidewalks where they couldn’t be tracked like animals.
Anyway, there are tons of charities out there you can donate to if you wanna help people in need. But generally people are “homeless” for a reason, and if they’re asking strangers for money it’s because they’ve burned every other bridge already. So the moral of the story is, don’t try to help the homeless. Most didn’t end up that way on accident, and at least half of them aren’t really homeless to begin with.
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