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September 29, 2014

THOSE THINGS CAN BE HIGHLY ADDICTIVE

A Florida woman may pursue legal action against police and prosecutors after she spent more than a month in jail for possession of SpaghettiOs.

(Thanks to Janice Gelb)

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Sudafed/Spaghetti O's... they sound the same...

Hey, it's a gateway drug to the hard stuff.

She was on the sauce. Sure, it was marinara sauce, but, still, it was enough to cook her noodle(s).

She was cooking meh.

Uh oh...

The drug/tomato sauce-sniffing dog was out tending to family matters.

Twenty-one is, and always has been an arbitrary standard for adulthood.
The first real sign that one has passed that bar is when Mommy wants to open a can of SpaghettiOs for your lunch and you go, "Uh, Mom?"

Philip Horkman's sister?

Her lawyer was trying to arrange a plea bargain??? I have a feeling when this is over she's going to be able to buy all the Spaghetti-O's she wants. Thank goodness it wasn't Beanie Weanies. Those things can be lethal.

I've never thought of dried spaghetti sauce and " suspicious residue " in the same context before, but I suspect if you've just come from the doughnut shop and have powdered sugar all over your face, it might make sense.

She should be mandated to A Os meetings.

Dave may face the firing squad if the cops ever pull him over with Cheez-It residue on his hands.

My Italian friends tell me that eating or possessing any Chef Boyardee product is a crime.

...when the spoon in the car....
...is covered with sauce from a jar...
THATS Boyardee.....

Isn't coke or meth residue just sort of floating around in the air in Florida?

Soon, on the Bakken oil field, where drug cartels have discovered a market.

Cindy...Yeah, really: what kind of plea bargain??? "Your Honor, my client is willing to plead to ...uh....misdemeanor possession of an unwashed dinner utensil."

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