This is amazing, but I get the worst anxiety
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WHAT THE FUCK
SOMEONE CAME UP FOR THE IDEA OF THIS.
SOMEONE WROTE A SCRIPT FOR THIS.
SOMEONE UTTERED THESE WORDS INTO A MICROPHONE.
SOMEONE ANIMATED THIS.
SOMEONE GREENLIGHTED THIS.
SOMEONE DIRECTED THIS.
SOMEONE PRODUCED THIS.
DID NOT ONE PERSON EVER STOP TO THINK THAT MAYBE THIS WAS A TERRIBLE IDEA?
I knew the Pokemon League had to be far away, but Alaska is just plain inconvenient.
no matter how sad I am this never fails to make me laugh
Drake and Josh should have never been cancelled
i hate that “LOL SO IF WOMEN ARE EQUAL CAN I PUNCH YOU” shit bc 1 in 3 women are abused
y’all are already punching us
the issue is that we’d like you to stop
My mind screams Victorias Secret model, my heart screams eat as many chicken nuggets as you can in 30 minutes
The 25-year-old student claims officers called her the “Nigerian nightmare” while booking her into jail.
A 25-year-old student at the University of Texas at San Antonio was simply filming officers as they pulled over cars along a highway and posting the videos to Facebook. She wrote: “This is where our funding is going, straight into hard police work,” according to KENS 5.
The next thing Abie Kyle Ikhinmwin knew, she was being hauled off to jail last week. And suffering further indignation, the student claims that police referred to her as “Nigerian nightmare” as she was booked.
She was issued two citations at the scene: failure to obey a police officer and impeding traffic. However, she states that she was arrested on a charge of failure to provide identification to a police officer.
The incident occurred when a police officer approached the bus stop where she was filming and asked her to move her bike. After she complied, he reportedly demanded to see her I.D., she said. She was promptly arrested when she refused.
The former intern at the Bexar County district attorney’s office filmed the entire incident on her cellphone.
“You can’t just arrest me for sitting at a bus stop,” Ikhinmwin tells a San Antonio police officer in the video.
“I don’t want to hurt you,” the officer responds. “M’am, you’re going to go to jail, that’s what’s going to happen. You’re already going to jail.”
Despite the video, police offered a different take.
“I think there was somebody there that certainly seemed to be failing to obey the police officer’s orders,” SAPD Sgt. Javier Salazart explained in the report.
My boys dancing.
Jared’s sassy shoulder shake.
Don’t say I never made your day better.