Mug-Shot Monday: Thanksgiving Edition
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.
After Comparing Your Survey Answers, You're Romantic Match Is . . . Sure, Bernice here might have used a photo on the dating site from twenty years back, before "the Three Ds," as she'll tell you (divorce, Demerol addiction, diapers). But she's still a hell of a lot of fun. She just needs to borrow $70 bucks after the date, for the bus ride home, she says.
You're Not Seeing Things We were just sitting here at Mug-Shot Monday HQ, ingesting some nice after-dinner substances, when we first spotted this picture. Suffice it to say, we had a moment there where we swore off the hard stuff. But then we looked closer. Nope, just the face. Game on.
Turn That Frizown Upside-Dizzity Ladies and gentleman, we present the thug life version of Jean-Ralphio from Parks and Rec.
Say It Ain't So They snapped this picture right when the guy heard about Paul Walker. 2 Fast 2 Furious fan.
I Feel It In My Fingers, I Feel It In My Toes While we're doing some celebrity look-alikes, and with Christmas around the corner, how about this guy here. Remind you of anyone?
Mess With the Bull, You'll Get the Horns We know what you're thankful for this November: You're thankful Sophie didn't come home from Berkeley, excited to introduce you to this playwright/motorcycle mechanic she met at an art house screening of Wild Bunch.
The Flight Home After Visiting the Family "Again, sir, I'm sorry, but Spirit Air only allows only one carry on item per passenger. You're going to have to pay $100 to check the additional guitar case."
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