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October 27, 2020

BUTTOCKS MAKING NEWS

Rochester Man Pleads Guilty Over Cocaine Found In Someone Else's Buttocks

Stamford man stabbed in buttocks over game of chess

(Thanks to pharmaross)

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Looks like it's time for an update of The Most Dangerous Game.

What a pawn.

This might be what Captain Kirk meant when he called for "queen to king's level 1."

He caught everyone off guard with his end game strategy.

"Officer, it wasn't me, it was my knight. After all, knights do carry swords."

No arrests made in the chess buttocks caper. Obviously he had it coming. I'm picturing an Andy Capp type character caught cheating.

https://youtu.be/t5vruUlmV7Q

The Sicilian defense is sometimes necessary in chess. Sometimes called the "Guido" defense.

Rochester man is going to be the butt of many bad jokes.
However he could inspire an awful movie (we know they are still making them).

Possibly:
The Snows of Rochester Butte
Knives in Butts
The 3 day Blow

Suggestions welcome

They didn't find 'George' in his buttocks, did they?

man tom--George was transported to Venus and is enjoying it there.

We've heard from a lot of people who claimed that drugs in their private areas were not theirs. Clearly, we've failed to credit their honesty.

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