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November 24, 2021


Are TikTok users pretending to be the Kool-Aid Man by running headlong through fences?

(Thanks to pharmaross)


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These TikTok pretending to be Kool-Aid Man running headlong through fences should be held without bail. Wait, there is already no bail required for crime.

Judge, "weren't you arrested before for pretending to be Kool-Aid Man?"

"Yes your honor, but I was released an hour and half later with no bail so I figured it was worth it was worth it, given the fun to play Kool-Aid man again is a privilege. If you have any further questions you may want to retain legal advice"

Proudly, we am getting stupider by the minuet.

Drink the Kool-aid, it's good for you.

Kool Aid Killer

Tonight is the biggest bar night of the year. Drink Kool Aid, drive safely and don't crash through any fences.

Just the thing for those that failed to get on the football team.

This behavior shows a complete failure of TicTok followers to understand The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test.

It does, however, bring back the growing accuracy of a Douglas Adams quote.

“In the beginning the Universe was created.
This had made many people very angry and has been widely regarded as a bad move.”

― Douglas Adams, The Restaurant at the End of the Universe

Is we, or not is we, that are a question that am to be answered.

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