The Walmart that has made the most appearances on Turtleboy has to be Chicopee Walmart. We’ve written about it a bunch of times. Ya never know how it will end, but one thing you are guaranteed is seeing copious amounts of fupa.
In today’s episode of BBC’s Chicopee Walmart Wild Earth we bring you Fupa Bowl 38.
Of course they were all in the baby section too. Competing for welfare teen mom guttermuppet of the year award. It’s so ironic because in an ideal world none of them would be able to reproduce. But this is a Chicopee Walmart world, so odds are there are at least a dozen combined crotch fruits for all participants in whatever that was supposed to be. Pretty sure the only one who actually got any punches in was the one guy in the Champion gear low key punching the other guy in the Champion gear who was lying on the ground and then eventually scurried out of there after taking his beating.
All I saw was some hair pulling, ho-screaming, and a little game of Tug-of-Boriqua.
That hair pull right there is what they call the Holyoke Helicopter. That poor bear lying on top of a rack like it’s giving up completely on laugh is a metaphor for the Chicopee Walmart.
The woman who worked there had right the right idea by radioing it in and not jumping in the middle of that.
No need to get your hand stuck a honch full of sickle cellulite
And it wouldn’t be a Chicopee Walmart fight if someone didn’t show up in their pajamas.
I’m sure this was all over something really important. My question is, who stole whose food stamps? And can I get them half price? Asking for a friend.
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