If they need four hands just to operate a simple camera, I can’t even imagine how many more people they would need to successfully clean the spooge off the mirror before taking the picture.
They also have one of those shower heads people get after they can’t stand up on their own anymore. My grandmother had one of those…it really sucks because to wash your hair you either have to hold on to it the whole time, sit down, or be less than 3 feet tall.
@comments: Pffft – I wish. I see those little hatchet men all the time. Pretty sure they still have their annual “gathering” in Ohio. Every time I see a juggalo I want to grab a bottle of Faygo and knock them the fuck out!
At first, considering the glare on the second pic, I thought Jeron looked like a potential murderer with his pose… And if he were standing a couple feet back and had a HATCHET in his hands. Maybe i’m just wishing delusional things.
Sensible Madness, are you being serious about the shower head? That shower head can be moved up or down the pole and then tightened into place – so a normal sized person can have it attached above his head. Then, in case you don’t like your shower water to be affected by gravity for too long prior to contact, you can lower the shower head to say, crotch area. You can also remove the shower head and hold it in one hand in case you like to make your shower water fight gravity and head directly up your
Those of us in Ohio who are sane prefer to treat the juggalo/juggalettes as though they were the jerk who shows up to a party that they weren’t invited to- “Do you know him?” “That guy? Never seen him before in my life…” Then we all pretend that whatever space they are occupying is currently EMPTY.
@imzadi That’s exactly what I was thinking. I do believe your right. The kamehameha seems to be more or less what he was going for. Which is why this picture required two people. Because they obviously don’t know how to use a self timer on a camera. Or clean a flippin’ mirror.
And I’m sure I’ll get poked fun at a bit for this, but I listened to the song someone mentioned above, Miracles, and read the lyrics, and I think it’s kinda nice. The “How do magnets work?” isn’t supposed to be literal, it’s more of a wondrous rhetorical question. Like, just totally in awe of the world around us.