Here’s a pro tip from someone who’s been in this game for a while now – if you see someone on Facebook selling surplus cans of Similac baby formula, you’re almost definitely dealing with WIC abuse. Take for instance this chud.
Anyone can purchase Similac, so I don’t have any evidence that he’s reselling taxpayer funded poon polyp powerade, but Similac is the primary WIC funded crotch fruit nectar of hood boogers everywhere. Back when my kids were drinking powdered milk for sustenance we always bought these one can at a time because there was no way I was gonna get stuck with a surplus. Maybe it’s normal to have two or three, but 13? Yea, something’s a little strange about that.
So I logged onto Clarence Woods Emerson and messaged the unfortunately named Scott Peterson of Southbridge to ask if I could buy some baby formula off him. Turns out he’s a self described “big fan.”
He then must’ve realized that as a “big fan” that we regularly expose people who are abusing the system, because when I tried to ask him why he had so many cans, this happened:
Blocked. Almost like he knew what was happening next. Certainly his Facebook pictures didn’t help his cause.
Flat brimmed Chicago Bulls hat. Every. Single. Time.
Anyway, if Scott would like to explain how he’s acquired so many tins of Similac and why he’s selling them for a profit on a community Facebook page, we’d love to hear from him. Probably gonna have to unblock us first there Scotty.
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