Lowell Trap Queen With Plenty Of Money For Expensive Stuff Insists She Won’t Be Featured On Turtleboy For Buying Food Stamps Because We Only Shame Sellers
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Contrary to popular belief, buying food stamps on Facebook is no better than selling them. It’s like saying that buying an unregistered gun on the black market is OK but selling one isn’t. But yet some people don’t understand that, like Kelly Roberge from Dracut:
As you can see people attempted to warn her that this was basically a tutorial for how to end up on Turtleboy. Apparently she thinks we only “harass” the sellers:
Not her first rodeo either:
The best part about these posts is when it gets more ratchets whining that the government isn’t handing out enough free shit to people:
“I only get $100 for me and my husband and daughter.”
Imagine ever typing that sentence? Imagine thinking the government owed a two parent family with one child ANYTHING??? Imagine getting a free check from the government every month and then having the audacity to complain that it’s not enough? Imagine saying, “They should base your income with what you actually have to pay in rent, bills, etc?” As if it’s your employers job to base your salary upon whatever your rent is.
Remember this the next time you hear a politician tell you that there’s no waste and programs like this are untouchable.
The biggest problem in America right now is that people have no idea how to budget money. Too many people don’t understand the difference between a necessity and a luxury. Food, heat, shelter, and MAYBE transportation are necessities. I understand that our family cannot afford to go to Disney World this year because I’ve factored in my expected income (which changes month to month) and determined that it might compromise my ability to pay my mortgage, car payment, insurance, and of course food for the family. Therefore I don’t go to Disney World. Because I’m an adult and I understand how a budget works.
But when you’re a grown ass woman with a dog filter
Who complains that there aren’t enough good men her age
But yet insist on doing duck faced selfies like you’re celebrating getting your learner’s permit
Budgeting just isn’t a priority. And the people who whine the loudest are completely unfamiliar with the concept of budgeting. They think that they should be able to do whatever they want because it makes them happy. Then they figure out food and bills later on. And when times get tough they whine about how big banks put them in their current situation and complain that the government isn’t doing enough to help them.
So let’s see what Kellie can afford to do, despite not being able to pay full price for groceries. Here’s what Easter looked like:
And here’s Christmas:
Eat your heart out Turtleboy Jr!!!
Notice the multiples for each toy. I’m not saying she’s one of those people who stockpiles Hatchimals and then jacks up the price, but I’m not saying she isn’t one of those people either.
She can also afford essentials like Xbox and Netlix:
And brand new grills:
She recently held a huge party for her kid that involved tents and tables:
And a cake that will keep children everywhere up for 72 hours straight:
Meanwhile my 8th birthday party involved tackle football in my unfinished basement.
Oh, and there was a waterslide:
Almost as fun as the birthday party in March with a bouncy house:
She might not be able to afford food, but she sure can afford to go to amusement parks:
And as ghettofabulous as courthouse selfies are, it’s never a cheap trip, nor one that you should be proud of:
But she thinks it’s OK because she has a job and actually goes to work, unlike the rest of the rag tag patrol we feature on the regular. Newsflash – it doesn’t. If you weren’t buying they wouldn’t be selling. The taxpayers aren’t paying for this shit for you to profit off of. Only NFL franchise owners can do that. Contrary to popular belief you’re supposed to work and pay for your own shit. You don’t get a cookie for that. Many of us do it without begging for stamps on Facebook. And she’s not exactly poor either. Kellie actually has a real job with real benefits. She doesn’t need to do this. She’s choosing to because it’s easier than actually being a responsible adult.
I remember going to elementary school and telling Grandma Turtleboy how unfair it was that the kids who got free lunch all had Jordan’s and Starter jackets and everything I owned was Shaw’s brand. Turns out it was because Grandma Turtleboy was responsible and was capable of feeling something the other kid’s mothers didn’t – shame.