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I'm happy to inform you #23 that the popsicles survived the accident, and many of them are already in my belly! ;-)
By MellyBee / Wednesday 8 August 2012 03:15 / Canada - Montreal
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By  NoahStaz  |  3

The nice lady just went through the trouble of selling those to you and you went and freaked her out. That is MEAN

  Krirn  |  21

I didn't know people actually had to try and sell Popsicles nowadays, when I was a kid, I just saw Fred, Barney and Dino and I knew I wanted it.

By  Ohmie  |  5

How the hell can one pull this off?

  SonOfAMitch  |  14

I can just imagine the scenario if OP went to the slammer...

Cellmate #1: Awww damn, I wish I didn't kill my boss at work...

Cellmate #2: Yeah... I wish I didn't rob that bank....

Cellmate #1: Say, Mellybee.... what happened to you?

OP: It all started when I assaulted my own face with a box of Popsicles...

  MellyBee  |  9

First time I've seen an OP reply, too lol... My nose was pretty bruised and took days to fade, but overall I'm fine! And the cashier was awake by the time I left the store, so I'm assuming she's fine as well. :)

  cr3ativity  |  15

Could've been an automatic kinda thing, OR the people who watch the security cams actually DO watch it and are able to contact local security in order to engage/ restrain suspect/ threat

  krylonpony  |  3

Pedophile and Popsicles, only thing comes to mind is that one family guy episode where old man Herbert tried to persuade Chris to come into his cellar full of "I.C.E C.O.L.D." Popsicles

  nerdstuck101  |  8

That isn't funny. My little brother was taken and thank god the police found him a month later. He has emotional ( and physical ) scars that will last him a lifetime. Jokes like yours aren't helping.

  Bluekaren16  |  19

25 - I live in California and in my elementary school they would give us milk in bags. I would hate it because in order to drink it you have to use a straw to poke it in. I would always pop it and it would end up spilling. How can they trust children with milk in bags?

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