Mug-Shot Monday: Classic American Stoner Faces in Full Effect
You spoke, we listened. Back by popular demand, welcome to this week's Mug-Shot Monday, a longstanding franchise focusing on the week's most eye-catching mugs from South Florida's tat heads, tough guys, derp faces, and femmes fatale.
That's An Interesting Decision, Isn't It? That forehead piece right there? It's like those tattoos you see little kids pull out of a cereal box and then plastered onto their faces, and you're like, "Damn, that would be insane to get a real tattoo there." And now this.
"Hello . . . . . . my name is Inigo Montoya. You killed my father. Prepare to die."
Silver Alert Cedric here just went out for a quick eighteen on the country club golf course. Six months later, after the funeral, he wandered in. Got lost in the woods between the back and front nine. Killed the caddy with a 3 wood, turned him into jerky, that's how Cedric survived so long. Just like in 'Nam.
A Classic American Type Back-bench stoner face, head just going "ugggggggggggcheesefriesuggggggggnachobellgrandeugggggggggbloomingonion."
Trends in Male Facial Hair Scott Ian of Anthrax beards making a big splash in the 954?
Yup. Scott Ian of Anthrax beards making a big splash in the 954. This goes regional, expect to see a Sunday Times style section piece.
I Am He as you are he.
Hey Mama I know, it's been ages. Things have really been going well with me. They finally bumped me up from junior analyst to senior junior analyst. That means the 401K set up is now a full match, so we'll have enough to refinance the condo. The twins are nailing their ukulele lessons. And Janice, sweet woman, has finally built up enough hours at the ashtanga studio so she can start teaching her own classes. Things are just going so well for me these days, I decided to get a little celebratory tattoo. I know, Mama, but life is just so damn good, I want everyone to know it.
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