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What is it with some people in Arizona? (Quirky and Me Me excepted.) Do they stay out in the sun too long or something?

I came across a story yesterday about some hapless twit in Mesa who obviously must have been suffering from heat stroke. How else can you explain his actions? Twenty-seven year-old Joshua Seto stuck his girlfriend's pink pistol in his belt prior to walking into a local drug store. Now what guy goes around carrying a pink gun in his pants? Wait, let me rephrase that. Here in Canada, the only gun men have in their pants is...well, you know...a water pistol, so to speak.

And guess what? Joshua accidentally shot himself in...oh, ouch, ouch, ouch...his water pistol. What a dink. Some guys get the gun and others get the shaft. This guy got it in the shaft.

The limp loser was taken to the hospital where he underwent surgery. I'll bet the guy was embarassed. I'd say he was probably pretty deflated.

I wonder how the store clerk reacted. I can just see her calling the cops" "Yes, that's right, I'd like to report an assault with a dead weapon".

Comments

quirkyloon said…
Ha! Thanks for the disclaimer. (Quirky silently puts away her skull/crossbone gun.)

heh heh heh
nonamedufus said…
Quirks! Get in out of that sun!!!
nonamedufus said…
Quirks! Get in out of that sun!!!
Mikewj said…
His name wasn't Plaxico, was it? Moron!
nonamedufus said…
I completely forgot about that incident. I could have worked it into my post. I think Plaxico was out too long in the sun too. Did he ever play for the Cardinals?
Shawn said…
That's much worse then the story I read the other day. A man in Yorkshire, bothered by a wart on his finger, decided to shoot it off with his Beretta shotgun. Unfortunately there was some collateral damage and he lost part of his finger. He was then brought up on charges of illegal possession of a firearm.
nonamedufus said…
There's a guy who won't be picking his nose with that hand any time soon. What the hell is wrong with some people?
Nicky said…
So. What you're sayin' is that the pretty pink "gun" in his pants went off.

I bet his girlfriend is all fired up about it.
K A B L O O E Y said…
First: Quirky: hydrate! DDP: stat. Second: all I thought was Plaxico.
nonamedufus said…
Some people have a trigger finger, others...
nonamedufus said…
Was that a gun in their pants or were they just glad to see you?
Ziva said…
Honestly, if the guy was walking around with a pink pistol in his pants, he probably had no use for his ...squirt gun... anyway.
nonamedufus said…
Well, I guess he certainly didn't have a bazooka in his pants, although his girlfriend may have wished he did.
There are hundreds of male enhancement products available that you can use to help revive your sex life. But since the male enhancement industry has provided you with so many choices, it makes the selection process a lot more difficult than say, choosing a condom.

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